Columbia Stages
Macbeth

Macbeth by William Shakespeare Directed by Rory McGregor

After defeating Macdonald, Macbeth returns home a hero, where he embraces anew, modern type of celebrity in the as-yet-unseen stuffy and repressed dominion of King Duncan. With the bloody murder of Duncan, Macbeth dives deeper into a world of excess and decadence, sending him and his Lady spiraling out of control as they desperately try to keep a hold of the crown.

Rory McGregor’s production of Macbeth is a theatrical exploration of society’s problematic relationship with celebrity.


PRODUCTION TEAM
Producers Hannah Goldstein & Jovan Hannah, Production Stage Manager Scott Wray, Choreographer Christopher Sanders, Fight Choreographer Lisa Kopitsky, Dramaturg Jessica Owens,

Set Designer Margaux Maeght, Costume Designer Jessica Posteraro,  Lighting Designer Cha See & Ted Boyce-Smith, Sound Designer Rowan Spencer, Scenic Design Associate Kelvin Pater, Text Support Charlotte Quinney, Company Manager Yijin Liu, Assistant Stage Managers Patricia Garvey & Ryan Keller


FEATURING: Liam Armstrong, Yaw Asante, Jordan S. Bellow*, Nazlah Black, Samantha Blinn, Matthew Brown, Ellen Bryan, Kathryn Connors, Claire Curtis-Ward, Connor Delves, Zoe Goslin, Greg Grimes, Lola Lopez Guardone, Psacoya Guinn, Gregory Hermann, Nicholas Hiatt, Carly Jurman, Ariana Karp, Emily Loewus, Mike Marcou, Alex Marz*, Ava McCoy, Tracy McMullan*, Ryan Murnane, Ryan Pater*, David A. Quesada, Christopher Sanders, Zack Segel, Genevieve Simon, Phumzile Sitole*, Brigitte Thieme-Burdette


* Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Associatio

 

The Connelly Theatre
220 East 4th Street


April 19-22, 2017

$15 General Admission/$5 Seniors

Free with any valid CUID or student ID;
Enter the code student to reserve your free ticket.
You must present your ID with the confirmation at the door.

Wednesday 4/19 @ 8pm
Thursday 4/20 @ 8pm
Friday 4/21 @ 8pm
Saturday 4/22 @ 2pm
Saturday 4/22 @ 8pm

   

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Akcestis Babette's Feast Hair Macbeth

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