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Hamlet

I-II

1st reader- Hamlet (Act 2)

2nd reader- Polonius and Marcellus

3rd reader- King and Ghost

4th reader- Ophelia and Rosencranz and Barnardo

5th reader- Queen and First Player and Francisco

6th reader- Horatio and Laertes

7th reader- Hamlet (Act 1) and Voltemand and Guildenstern and Reynaldo

If 8th reader present, he/she reads- Barnardo and Reynaldo

If 9th reader present, he/she reads- First Player and Francisco

If 10th reader present, he/she reads- Laertes and Guildenstern

If 11th reader present, he/she reads- Rosencranz and Ghost

If 12th reader present, he/she reads- Marcellus and Guildenstern

III-IV.3

1st reader- Hamlet

2nd reader- Rosencranz and Ghost

3rd reader- Guildenstern and Dumbshow

4th reader- King and Player King

5th reader- Polonius

6th reader- Queen and Player Queen

7th reader- Ophelia and 1st Player/Luciano and Horatio

If 8th reader present, he/she reads- 1st Player/Luciano and Horatio

If 9th reader present, he/she reads- Ghost and Player King

If 10th reader present, he/she reads- Player Queen

If 11th reader present, he/she reads- Horatio

If 12th reader present, he/she reads- Player King

IV.4-V

1st reader- Hamlet (4.4-5.1) and Horatio (5.2 ad fin)

2nd reader- Laertes and Gentleman (4.5-6)

3rd reader- King and Lord (5.2) and Ambassador

4th reader- Queen and 1st Sailor and Rosencranz and 2nd Clown

5th reader- Horatio (4,4-5.1) and Hamlet (5.2 ad fin) and Captain

6th reader- Ophelia and Messenger (4.7) and Doctor/Priest and Osric

7th reader- Fortinbras and 1st Clown and Attendant (4.5) and Servant (4.6)

If 8th reader present, he/she reads- Osric and Gentleman (4.5-5.1)

If 9th reader present, he/she reads- 2nd Clown and Captain

If 10th reader present, he/she reads- Ambassador and Rosencranz and Doctor/Priest

If 11th reader present, he/she reads- Hamlet (5.2 ad fin)

If 12th reader present, he/she reads- Horatio (5.2 ad fin)

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