The playwright The New York Times declared "the funniest writer for the stage in the United States today" sends up actors, agents, ghosts and even the Bard himself in I Hate Hamlet. When Andy, a Hollywood star in his prime, accepts the role of Hamlet at New York's Shakespeare in the Park, his agent thinks he's lost his marbles. Why else would Andy trade in a big-bucks TV role for a tired turn in a dusty Shakespeare production? And maybe he is, in fact, losing it ... considering that Andy now finds himself haunted by the ghost of John Barrymore. Written by Paul Redneck (Sister Act), the original Broadway run of I Hate Hamlet earned a Tony nomination and a legion of diehard fans. See this new production from Theatre To Go, Inc. at Trinity Episcopal Church.