Venue: Main Stage
By: William Shakespeare
Featuring: William Elsman as Macbeth, Atim Udoffia as Lady Macbeth, Andrew Perez as Malcolm, Michael Jenkinson as Banquo, and Ian Hopps as Macduff
Directed By: Casey McClellan
Parental Guidance: Appropriate for Middle School & Up
Community Partnership: 916 Ink
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Preview performances February 21 – 24; Opening night is February 24.
Signed interpreted performance is March 9.
A study in the corrupting power of unchecked ambition, the brave Scottish general Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most haunting tragic figures. After receiving a prophecy from a trio of fantastical witches claiming that he is fated to be King of Scotland, Macbeth becomes consumed by the prospect of political advancement. Spurred to action by his equally ambitious wife, something wicked this way comes when Macbeth proves not a man worthy of the Kingship, but an immoral and tyrannical madman.
Group rates and special student performances available. Please contact Group Sales at 916-446-7501 ext 120 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please note that the above show times reflect the regular weekly performance schedule, and additional performances may occasionally be added. Check tickets.sactheatre.org for all currently available performances.
Subscriptions on sale July 3, 2017. Single tickets go on sale September 1, 2017. Call the Box Office at 916-443-6722 for more information.