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Macbeth

#LAThtr, $30, Adam Meyer, Alex Knox, Ann Noble Armin Shimerman, Bill Brochtrup, Brian Abraham, Brian Tichnell, Christian Barillas, Daniel Blinkoff, Daniel Dorr, Dylan La Rocque, Elizabeth Swain, Events, Fran Bennett, Gerard Marzilli, Ian Littleworth, Jack Lancaster, James Sutorius, Jane Carr, Jason Thomas, Jeff Thomas Gardner, Jesse Sharp, Joanna Strapp, Joe Delafield, Joe Holt, John Sloan, Kimiko Gelman, Kitty Swink, Lorna Raver, Los Angeles, Ned Schmidtke, Paul Culos, Peter Van Norden, Ramon De Ocampo, Rebekah Tripp, Rob Nagle, Sam Breen, Saundra McClain, Shakespeare, Steve Hofvendahl, Susan Boyd Joyce, Tessa Auberjonois, The Antaeus Company, Todd Waring

Image courtesy of The Antaeus Company

The Antaeus Company, L.A.’s multiple award-winning classical theater company, takes on William Shakespeare’s gripping psychological drama, Macbeth. Considered one of the Bard’s most disturbing tragedy: a macabre tale of Scottish legends, witches, hallucinations and power. Shakespeare’s bloodiest couple thrash against the rise of their own consciences in a compelling psychological and political thriller that follows Macbeth’s transformation from battlefield hero to bloody tyrant, revealing the human soul’s darkest depths.

Jessica Kubzansky directs the fully double-cast production, with Bo Foxworth and Rob Nagle sharing the title role and Tessa Auberjonois and Ann Noble partnering as Lady M. Talk-backs will follow the performance every Thursday night beginning July 19: stay after the performance to ask questions and discuss the play with various cast members.

“I’ve always wanted to direct Macbeth in an intimate space,” says Kubzansky, a self-professed ‘Shakespeare addict.’ “Because of all the battles, it’s usually performed on a grand scale, but I want to investigate the psychology of it: How did these people come to do such evil deeds? What makes good people do bad things? One of the reasons that Shakespeare has survived over the centuries is because there are so many stories within each text—his plays are so deep and so wide.”

TICKETS AND PRICING

GENERAL ADMISSION: $30.00

Opening Night performances on July 12 & 13: $34 (includes a post-show reception with the actors) Thursdays and Fridays: $30 (except July 12 & 13) Saturdays and Sundays: $34 Previews: $15
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DATES AND TIMES

This show runs: 07/12/2012 to 08/26/2012
Thursdays: 8:00pm
Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sundays: 2:00pm

No Saturday matinees on July 7 or 14

The Antaeus Company: 818-506-1983 MAP

OR BY PHONE 818-506-1983

ADDITIONAL INFO

The Antaeus Company
5112 Lankershim Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
91601
818-506-1983

OR BY PHONE
818-506-1983

ADDITIONAL INFO

The Antaeus Company
5112 Lankershim Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
91601
818-506-1983

OR BY PHONE
818-506-1983
The Antaeus Company: 818-506-1983 MAP

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