Thursday, February 2, 2012
8PM, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3
2PM, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4
8PM, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4
Location is wheelchair accessible
Our production of Macbeth seeks to re-envision this Old World tale of murder and ambition in a New World setting. Playing upon deeply American currents of power, conspiracy, and bloodshed, our Macbeth will take place in a timeless landscape of American mythmaking shaped by everything from the horror of Edgar Allen Poe to the glamour of the Kennedy White House. As we explore the powerful and contradictory forces that drive ordinary citizens to extreme acts, we will engage the audience in a parallel search for their role in the collusion of violence, politics, and paranoia.
By William Shakespeare. A senior project for Katharine Pitt, Sam Lasman and Jaime Biondi.
Part of Shakespeare at Yale, a semester of special events celebrating the Bard.
Thursday February 2 at 8 pm
Friday February 3 at 8 pm
Saturday February 4 at 2 and 8 pm
Free but register in advance
Reserve free tickets through YaleDramaCoalition.org