"HAMLET" IS THE Answer TO THE FOLLOWING CROSSWORDS
Who says to be, or not to be: that is the question
His last words were the rest is silence
“to be, or not to be” speaker
Play containing the line “good night sweet prince”
Whence the phrase "brevit
Village - play
In the morning, 50 entered the mysterious little village
Pi divided by universal radius very often
Classic olivier role
Work of 1604
Whence the phrase "murder
The barred __ central atlantic fish with stripes
Play that poses the question to be or not to be?
To be, or not to be play
'to sleep, perchance to dream' speaker
Bad actor permitted in title role
"get thee to a nunnery" speaker
Village drama society's production?
Play in a small village
A village setting for shakespeare's play
Community smaller than a village
Play leads to joint restriction
A shakespeare tragedy
Small village for a danish prince?
Memorable indecisive dane
Source of the line 'frailty, thy name is woman!'
Small village for shakespearian prince
Shakespeare title role
''the rest is silence'' speaker
Whence "neither a borrower nor a lender be"
Just a little place for a prince at play
Tragic prince of elsinore
Diminutive actor maybe in title role
Meat permit issued by small community
Tiny village; prince of denmark
Play arrangement of unfinished mahler concerto no 7
Speaker of the ends of the answers to starred clues
Poor actor allowed role beyond his capabilities?
Village, danish prince
Village - tragedy
Thelma (anag) — play
Tragedy in small community
'thus conscience does make cowards of us all' observer
Few houses in denmark could be so playful
Shakespeare's tragic danish prince
Bad actor surmounts hindrance to get shakespearean role
Person acting badly allowed in village
Nephew of claudius
Small rural community
Play for the village
Shakespeare's indecisive one
Just a little show place in denmark
Marjorie rawlings's bond?
Source of the saying 'brevity is the soul of wit'
Exemplar of indecision
Radio buff rented small place in the country
Few houses there in denmark
Shakespeare's tragic prince of denmark
Climbing tree to break cover in village play
(hero of) play
Amateur allowed in play
Play in small country community
Small settlement for denmark
Poor actor allowed famous title role
It's smaller than a village
Tragedy in a small village
Whence the phrase 'murder most foul'
Whence the line 'a little more than kin, and less than kind'
Speaker of the first syllables of the answers to starred clues
Shakespeare's tragic prince
Kenneth branagh role
Whence the phrase 'brevity is the soul of wit'
Small village, one made famous by shakespeare
Small country location for shakespeare play
Tragic figure, male, accommodated in vigorous time
Where the phrase to thine own self be true comes from
Settlement smaller than a village
Done every 60 minutes
Shakespeare’s danish prince