‘Unless a dramatist establishes a corridor down which the audience can approach the play, nothing will be communicated, the play will not work’ How does this statement apply to Shakespeare’s Hamlet? In what ways does he bring the audience close to the events taking place on stage?
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I'm not certain I understand term "corridor" but certainly the audience is sucked into the action from the very first scene. Denmark is a strange exotic frozen place. It is dark, there is a ghost, the threat of an invasion and a recently dead king. All of this provides a "corridor" to get the audience interested and involved with the story.