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    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    When:

    Thursday April 29th 2021 to Sunday May 23rd 2021

    • Sundays

      12:00am to 11:59pm

    • Mondays

      12:00am to 11:59pm

    • Tuesdays

      12:00am to 11:59pm

    • Wednesdays

      12:00am to 11:59pm

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      12:00am to 11:59pm

    • Fridays

      12:00am to 11:59pm

    • Saturdays

      12:00am to 11:59pm

    BY JAMES IJAMES
    DIRECTED BY MORGAN GREEN

    A world premiere film of an exciting new play.

    "What does the Hamlet narrative look like if it’s queered, and if it’s infiltrated and taken over by people of color?"
    - Playwright James Ijames

    The ghost of Juicy’s dad haunts him and asks for revenge – on Juicy’s uncle, who has now married his widowed mom. Sound familiar? Yes, but …

    This contemporary adaption of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, set in the American South, explores big issues (like toxic masculinity and cycles of violence) with a light touch. Fat Ham is the latest from award-winning playwright and Wilma Co-Artistic Director James Ijames (Kill Move Paradise).

    This is a fully staged digital production, which will be filmed on location in Virginia following strict health guidelines, in one dynamic take. After you complete your purchase, you will be sent a link to view the recording on demand anytime from April 29th until May 23rd.

    Accessibility Information

    Closed captioning (English, Spanish) and audio description will be available for this video. Please reach out to our box office at 215-546-7824 / tickets@wilmatheater.org for more information.

    TICKETS
    $37
    CONTACT
    Wilma Box Office
    (215) 546-7824

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