Coronavirus: Ahad Mir postpones Canadian Hamlet production

LAHORE: Pakistani actor Ahad Raza Mir has postponed the production of his Canadian theatrical project ‘Hamlet’ till next year in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Ahad Mir took to Instagram and said that the Rose Theatre along with him, has decided to postpone the production of Hamlet to next year.

He said, “To be or not to be. Well, unfortunately not this year. The Rose Theatre and I have decided to postpone our production of Hamlet to next year.”

 “Its too bad, but we’ll all meet soon enough to experience the magic of Shakespeare together. Thank you to all my fans for your patience and love. See you at the theatre in 2021,” he added.

Last year, Ahad Raza Mir delivered a phenomenal performance in play Hamlet: A Ghost Story in Calgary. In this regard, Mir won the Betty Mitchell Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Drama category.

However, Hamlet isn’t the only play he’s done. Mir has also performed in The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth. Mir attended high school in Canada and studied acting at the University of Calgary.

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