I read this book during the pandemic, and it was inspiring. It's the kind of book you can dip into and usually find something interesting.
Hamlet: Globe to Globe presents the stories of a troupe of actors from the Globe Theatre (the most recent one) who performed Hamlet in 197 countries over a two-year period.
And many of those performances were fraught with significance or difficulty—or, frequently, both.
Not every venue is covered in the book, and the book is somewhat uneven, but when it's good, it's quite good. I'd like to provide a representative sample. Here, then, is an account of their performance in Prague: