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Macbeth

Macbeth
Mar 17 – Apr 9, 2017

By William Shakespeare, Adapted and Directed by Jef Hall-Flavin
World Premiere Adaptation
Tragedy on the ANDY BOSS THRUST STAGE
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Shakespeare’s enduring tragedy investigates the motivations and mayhem at the heart of power-grabbing. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth schemes and murders his way to the throne in this haunting tale of prophecy, guilt and paranoia. Set against a shattered mirror, this taut production reveals leadership derailed by self image, equivocation, and seeing things that aren’t really there. Please Note: This production depicts scenes of violence using stage blood.

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FROM THE DIRECTOR & ADAPTOR:

“It’s amazing to me that Shakespeare’s 400-year-old language speaks to our political climate with such brutal parallels.”
– Jef Hall-Flavin

 

 

WHY GO? The blood sport of politics comes to life while experiencing this Shakespeare classic in the intimacy of the Andy Boss Thrust Stage.

WHO SHOULD YOU BRING? Your friends who can’t wait for the next season of Game of Thrones or House of Cards (or the next election cycle) to begin.

CAST

CREW
Jef Hall-Flavin – Director
Sarah Bahr – Costume Designer
Evan Middlesworth – Composer and Sound Designer
Michael P. Kittel – Lighting Designer
Sadie Ward – Properties Designer
Joseph Stanley – Set Designer
Doug Scholz-Carlson – Fight Choreographer
Megan Fae Dougherty* – Stage Manager

*member, actors’ equity association

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*B valid for matinee performance
*C valid for evening performance
P: Preview
B: Bargain Preview 99¢ - $7.99  (Advance Bargain Preview Tickets are Sold Out)
D: Post-show Discussion
O: Opening Night
M: Musings
ASL: American Sign Language
AD: Audio Description
C: Open Captioning

Post-show Q & A with the cast
Wednesday, Mar 22 & Sunday, Apr 2
Discussion with cast members after the performance – your chance to ask questions!

Opening Night – Friday, Mar 24
Join the cast, director and production team for a champagne party in the lobby after the show!
Free with the price of your ticket!

Musings – Sunday, Feb 19
Join Artistic Programming Associate Jamil Jude and share your
thoughts with fellow audience members after the show.

Theatre Fan Night Out: Four Tickets for $99
A perfect show to share and discuss! Use code FAN when ordering.
Valid for these performances: Sat, Mar 25 at 2pm; Thurs, Mar 30 and
Fri, Mar 31 at 7:30pm

College Students with current ID $15 (standard seating) use code COL

Age 30 or Under $21 (standard seating) use code 30U

Seniors 62+ Save $5; Military Members Save $10

Macbeth is produced with special support from the following:

EMC/PARADIGM PUBLISHING

Student matinees of Macbeth are produced with special support from the following:

CAROLINE AMPLATZ

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Park Square Theatre’s production of Macbeth is part of
Shakespeare for a New Generation, a national program of the
National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest

 

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