Hamlet Day, University of Ottawa

Hamlet Day, University of Ottawa
Presented in Multiple Languages
April 8, 2016
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada

“A multilingual reading of Hamlet– the most frequently performed and translated play in the world — by the students, faculty, alumni, and supporters of the University of Ottawa.”

Hamlet Day raised funds for student refugees in collaboration with the World University Service of Canada.

Selected Audio Clips:

List of Performers:
Arabic: Abdallah Obeid
Bengali: Nini Pal and Sunny Pal
Danish: Marianne Bournes
Dutch: Rainier Grutman, Marlene Bruinsma, Geranda Notten, Jolanda Turley
English: Ann Hemingway; Jim Bradford, Michael Mancini, Peter Haworth, Jim McNabb
Esperanto: Geoffrey Greatrex
Finnish: Martti Lahtinen
French: Louise Frappier, Corinne Sauvé, Julie Malenfant
German: Bernhard Radloff, Joerg Esleben
Greek: Efharis Kostala
Hungarian: Agatha Schwartz, Tibor Egervari
Icelandic: Agnes Eva Volundardottir
Irish Gaelic: Cáit Ní Shiúrtáin, Michelle Nic Ghabhann, Siobhán Nic Dhonnchú, Mairéad Ní Mhuireartaigh
Italian: Cristina Perissinotto, Laura Ambrosio, Andrea Sau
Jamaican patois: Jennifer Merchant
Japanese: Akemi Matshusita-Guertin
Klingon: Robert Stacey
Lithuanian: Aida Hudson
Mandarin: Haonan Sui
Norwegian: Oscar Ovind
Polish: Wojciech Kruszewski
Portuguese: James Nelson Novoa
Québécois: Anne Sophie Voyer
Romanian: Andrada Chichisan
Russian: Natalia Vesselova
Scots Gaelic: Douglas A. Moggach, Amanda Turnbull, Brittany Kathryn Lenis
Serbian: Agatha Schwartz and Anna Bogic
Sign-language and English: Carmelle Cachero and Anne Sophie Voyer
Slovak: Mark Stolarik, Lenka Budkovicova, Andrej Stolarik
Spanish: Luis Abanto Rojas, Emma Kadri
Swedish: Simon Snow
Turkish: Birsen Filip
Ukrainian: Sofiya Kominko, Ivanna Plakhotnyuk
Welsh: Paul Birt, Daniel E. Josephy Hernández
Yiddish: Pierre Anctil

For more information:
http://artsites.uottawa.ca/shakespeare-celebrations/en/a-reading-of-hamlet/