Performing Arts Banner
Facebook and Twitter

Currently hosting 454 active events

Performing Arts Live Facebook Performing Arts Live Twitter Performing Arts Live Instagram

 

 

The Tragedie of Macbeth

The Tragedie of MacbethHow much would you test fate?

The Scottish play like you’ve never seen it.


The Tragedie of Macbeth is the story of Hopefulness lost.

Macbeth, meaning ‘Son of Life’, has an extraordinary susceptibility to strong feeling. His connection to the spiritual realm is powerful, his prowess in battle incomparable, and his love for wife and country incredible. So, why is Macbeth a tragedy? He forces Fate’s hand. When Destiny is challenged, Nature rebels.

In this production, the Bard’s brown-nosing play to King James VI has been stripped of its Middle Age mediocrity and thrown into a world of my own making. Set roughly at the end of the European Iron Age during the expansion of the Roman Empire that threatened the Divine Matriarchy of Celtic life, I have utilized the text to explore that moment in history when the patriarchy of western civilization prevailed, and humanity suffered the tragic loss of higher existence.

The Body cannot live without the Spirit, and the Spirit died at the hand of the Roman Empire. How do we revive it? Do we force Fate’s hand again? How do we alter Tomorrow?

Let your inner warrior roar and to Hell with the rest! Tell the Story!
-Director Catherine Leong

Presenter / Producer: Ghost Players Theatre Co.

Listed Categories
Theater > Drama
Theater > Other


Event Phone: 818-723-0021

Venue
JAXX Theatrical
1089 N Oxford Ave
Los angeles CA 90029

Regions:
LA - Central / Downtown
LA - Hollywood / Westside


Performance Dates: 9/3/2021 - 9/18/2021
Friday, 09/03/2021
Saturday, 09/04/2021
Friday, 09/10/2021
Saturday, 09/11/2021
Friday, 09/17/2021
Saturday, 09/18/2021

Performance Times
Friday and Saturdays at 8pm

Ticket Information:
Selling early it’s special @ $20 until August 1st
$25 general admission
$50 VIP free concessions

Websites:
Event Information

Social Media or other Links:

 

performing arts performers
stage