Since its establishment in 1991, the St. Norbert Arts Centre has become a cultural, historical and recreational focal point for people from all walks of life and locales. Its seclusion allows for quiet contemplation and respite from the busy urban environment.
The Centre acts as s a diverse community dedicated to the cultural, environmental, and spiritual preservation of its home—the historical Trappist Monastery site located in St. Norbert, Manitoba.
Its mission is to promote Earth, Spirit, and Culture.
Hamlet May 30 - June 22, 2019
Tickets are on sale NOW!
Buy yours online here or call our Box Office during box office hours 204-891-9160.
Venue: Trappist Monastery Provincial Heritage Park (aka “The Ruins”)
Directed by Rodrigo Beilfuss
Prince Hamlet has it all: youth, wealth, and freedom. Then his father dies, his mother marries his uncle and he loses the right to the crown. Returning home from college, he finds his country a foreign land and the ghost of his father trapped in limbo. Will the Prince conform to his new reality, or will he rage against the machine?
Shakespeare’s most popular play and the touchstone of English classical theatre, HAMLET is reinvented for the 21st century with a woman in the title role, a dynamic and diverse cast and a drummer scoring the show live. With this most canonical of all Ghost stories, we are set to face the big questions of Life and Death under the vast openness of the Prairie sky.
Teachers: If you would like to bring your class to see this production we have special performances just for schools! email us at email@example.com for more information!
For more information please check out Shakespeare in the Ruins Website: https://shakespeareintheruins.com/
Come share your special day at the charming St. Norbert Arts Centre
The St. Norbert Arts Centre is a lovely setting for formal weddings, bridal and baby showers, parties, family gatherings, Celebrations of Life, business meetings and community events. This gorgeous heritage site offers many beautiful backdrops for wedding and family photos.
Our facilities include a gallery with large windows and forest views, high ceilings and hardwood floors. Adjacent to the gallery are outdoor screen porches, an outdoor bonfire pit, grass yard and Aboriginal ceremonial grounds.
The St. Norbert Arts Centre is surrounded on three sides by the LaSalle River, old-growth forest, lush gardens and orchard. The Trappist Monastery Provincial Park hosts the breathtaking Ruins of the Monks chapel.