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In the Gift Theatre's memorable staging of Hamlet, the titular Danish prince ( Daniel Kyri ) is mercurial, conflicted and contemporary. As a troubled young man in a state rotten with secrets, Hamlet has fire in his eyes and rage and sorrow in his heart. With Monty Cole directing, it's a fascinating performance capable of bringing the Bard to a whole new generation. Get there before Shakespeare's sweet prince shuffles off his mortal coil for good. It runs through July 29 at the Gift Theatre, 4802 N. Milwaukee Ave.; $35-$40; thegifttheatre.org.

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