7 Ages Presents William Shakespeare's MACBETH
7 Age Presents
William Shakespeare’s classic
Tragedy, Macbeth, April 21 & 22 at 7:30 PM and April 23 at 2:00 PM at the Gas Station Arts Centre.
Macbeth is a dark and bloody drama of ambition, murder, guilt, and revenge. Prompted by prophecies or three witches and goaded on by his wife Macbeth murders Duncan King of Scotland. The foul deed entangles Macbeth in a web of treachery, deceit and more murders, ultimately spelling his doom.
This exciting production features actors from across the Province with Dylan Woodcock as Macbeth, Stephanie Buri Choy as Lady Macbeth, Kai Choy as Banquo, Adam Kirk as Macduff, and a cast that includes Hannon Bell, , Amber Westra, Andrew Mok, Robert Burrows, Yesenia Zavala, Mike Seccombe, Brian Hood, Karl Eckstrand, Logan Golding, Emma Siemens, Sarah Slagerman, Trish Buri, Judith Harper, Frankie Choy, and Judy Arnason.
It is a production Not To Be Missed. Tickets only $20!
Time(s)2:00-4:00 PM (doors at 1:00)
Date(s)Apr 23, 2023
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