Kennedy~Reedy Theatre, McGlothlin Center for the Arts (MCA) — 30481 Garnand Dr.

7:30pm, Thurs.-Sat., April 12-14, 2018 and 3:00pm, Sunday, April 15, 2018

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Carrie Smith-Lewis
Production Design by Kevin Dudley

This canonical tragedy by William Shakespeare tells of the corrupt and savage rise to power by the Scottish general MacBeth.  Long considered one of the most celebrated, and maybe even cursed pieces of Shakespeare work, MacBeth is a masterful study of character and the lure of the occult.  The play is a cautionary tale of the danger to seizing power for power’s sake alone.

Tickets are $ 10. FREE to E&H students, faculty, and staff (one ticket per student, two tickets per faculty/staff member, must claim in person at the Box Office with E&H ID). 

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