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“Macbeth” presented by the Dept. of Visual and Performing Arts

October 12 2012 7:30pm
Rogers Center for the Arts
Adapted by the Genesius Project, directed by Richard J. Piatt, O.S.A.

What happens in a digital age where kings, king-makers, and the population itself suffer from an increasing paranoia about enemies, both foreign and homegrown?  Shakespeare’s classic drama about unbridled ambition and political machinations receives a fresh treatment by the Genesius Project.  Presented in the original language and featuring a cast of students, alumni, and associate actors of Merrimack Theater, this contemporary Macbeth is a dark look at the psychology of ambition and madness..

Parental note: Contains images of graphic violence.  Not appropriate for those under 15 years of age.

General admission seating:  $15

Runtime: approx. 90 minutes; no intermission

Last modified on Sep. 18th, 2012 at 3:40pm by Marie DeMarco.
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