Geoff Sobelle’s electrifying ‘Hamlet’ at Lantern Theatre is among other things a completely physical performance. He vaults around scaffolding and expertly brandishes foil, tongue and stiletto. His physicality expodes. He is brutally poetic, at one point spitting out the lines as he catapults off the stage. The production design looks like the Blitzkrieg and otherwise frames Geoff’s sarcastic and seething vocal performance. Far from ponderous, his Hamlet is hot on the trail to solve his father’s murder, and expose familial corruption using all of his roiling tricks dramatic and comedic. The famous soliloquies played mostly in dissonant keys, part of his forward moving narrative.