Macbeth opens March 7 and runs through April 26, with performances Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm.
"By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes..."
Witches' prophecies inspire a Scottish nobleman's journey down a path which leads him to murder, madness, tyranny and death. Macbeth brims with swordfights, witchcraft, and strange apparitions. Join us to see the darkest side of our greatest playwright!
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The cast features: Annie Abrams, Danny Barclay, Kacey Camp, Andra Carlson, Adele Colson, Mark Colson, Mike Dalager, Brian Danner, Mike Dirksen, Caitlin Durham, Daniel Kaemon, McKerrin Kelly, Andrew Leman, Barry Lynch, Gabriel Marcotte, Rebecca Marcotte, Carl Palmer, David Pavao, Mike Tauzin, Josh Thoemke, and Rebecca Wackler. Costume Design by Christy Hauptman, Lighting Design by Michael Mahlum, Scenic Design by Arthur Macbride. Sean Branney directs the production.
Questions that might get asked frequently
Q: Is it family friendly?
A: Macbeth features some pretty ferocious violence and some images that might be frightening to pre-teens. Then again, it's more poetical and less graphic than what they might often see on television.
Q: Do I get extra-credit for attending?
A: Ask your English or Drama teacher if you have one. If you're not a student, then the answer is probably no.
Q: Do you have a synopsis of the play which I can download to familiarize myself with the story in advance?
A: We're so glad you asked. Yes, we do. Click here to download our Macbeth Synopsis.
Q: Have you updated the play or set it in some kind of imaginative new world?
A: Our production is Shakespeare's text, with a few minor edits. Our production is set in 11th century Scotland, when the historical Macbeth lived and when Shakespeare's play is set. The costumes, set, etc... are evocative of that time. Our goal is to present Macbeth as Shakespeare intended it, not by reimagining it at the Battle of Little Big Horn or a post-apocalyptic luau.
Q: How long is it?
A: Macbeth runs around two hours and thirty minutes, including intermission.