By William Shakespeare
Directed by Wendy Franz
240 South 1500 East
In the Performing Arts Building located west of the U Bookstore
Due to the intimate nature of our venue, late seating is not available for this production.
Please be aware that all events start at the time indicated on the ticket. We recommend that you arrive at least 30 minutes prior to performances to find parking, have a drink or a snack in our concessions area, and locate your seat before the show begins. Will call tickets unclaimed by the published curtain time may be subject to re-release by the box office.
“I have done no harm. But I remember now
I am in this earthly world, where to do harm
Is often laudable, to do good sometime
Accounted dangerous folly.”
Evoking a time of scarcity, fear, and survival-of-the-fittest, Macbeth is a fascinating exploration of the power of suggestion, the question of free will versus fate, and the perils of unbridled ambition. Through Macbeth’s journey from loyal commander to murderous usurper, we experience how a hero can fall when that hero sacrifices friendship, empathy, and her moral code in pursuing personal gain and absolute power.
Children under four years of age, including babes in arms, will not be admitted. Simulated violence
ASL Interpreter for Macbeth October 5 @ 2pm