Hawaii Theare Center Presents MACBETH, 4/27

April 16
10:54 AM 2012

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The Hawaii Theatre Center, as part of the Bank of Hawaii OHANA! Series, will present William Shakespeare's MACBETH on April 27th at 7 p.m. and 28th at 2 p.m.

This year’s troupe of high school actors from across O'ahu take on the challenge of Shakespeare’s darkest play. Spurred on by ambiguous promises from a trio of witches, Lord and Lady Macbeth push each other to murderous lengths to advance their vaulting ambition. In the end, they pay dearly for their crimes. Musicians in HTYAE will create an original rock soundscape for the production.

Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for HTC Members, Seniors (62+), Youth (4-17), Military & Students [with valid ID], and can be purchased here.

The Hawaii Theatre has been entertaining Hawaii’s audiences for more than 90 years. From vaudevilles and plays to silent films, musicals, ballets and concerts, the theatre’s popularity has grown and continues to charm eager showgoers and curious audiencs alike. We invite you to take a step back in time and experience the best of both worlds in today’s beautifully restored multi-purpose arts center.

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