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Macbeth - 1988 - Broadway

"By the pricking of my thumbs,

Something wicked this way comes."

Murder, remorse, and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate.


Mark Hellinger Theatre

(New York, NY)
237 West 51st St.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 28, 2021
Beat the heat this summer with 3 cool class offerings through Penobscot Theatre Company's Dramatic Academy! In light of new CDC Covid-19 guidelines two of the previously virtual offerings will now be held in person. It is strongly recommended that those who are unvaccinated still wear a mask while participating.
by Stage Tube - May 27, 2021
Adrienne shared a lot of laughs as she heard stories from Derrick Cobey's Broadway journey! In this episode, we talk about Derrick's frustrating journey with agents, his Broadway premiere in The Scottsboro Boys and his love of regional theatre. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 27, 2021
On the heels of its streaming event, Macbeth: A Surround Sound Experiment, Knock at the Gate will return to the space between your ears this April with Caesar: A Surround Sound Experiment, a new immersive listening experience designed for headphones and lunar light (no screens, no zooms).
by Stephi Wild - May 26, 2021
New dates have been added to Original Theatre Company's first live stage production since March 2020.  The UK Tour of Ben Brown's new political drama, A SPLINTER OF ICE, will open on 8 June in Malvern and will tour until 31 July, with extra dates in York and Cambridge.
by Stephi Wild - May 26, 2021
Karen Ascoe will be joining the previously announced Oliver Ford Davies (Graham Greene) and Stephen Boxer (Kim Philby) as Rufa Philby. 
by Stephi Wild - May 26, 2021
The Turnip Field, a brand new play by Catherine O'Reilly and Tim Churchill, is a heartrending and  funny two-hander, which runs at The Turbine Theatre from 2 – 5 June 2021.  
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 26, 2021
For its ten-year anniversary, The Psych Drama Company has announced its upcoming September 2021 streaming audio drama adaptations: Macbeth & Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 25, 2021
Recorded in isolation and presented in stunning high-fidelity 3D audio, this new audio-only adaptation of Julius Caesar invites listeners to turn out the lights, put on a pair of headphones, and be transported to ancient Rome and the beating heart of Shakespeare’s searing epic like never before. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 25, 2021
The Met has announced themed lineups for two weeks of its Nightly Met Opera Streams, the company’s ongoing series of encore Live in HD presentations and classic telecasts streamed on its website during the Covid-19 closure.
by Stephi Wild - May 23, 2021
With the 104th season, which marks the 20th season of the ensemble's acclaimed partnership with Music Director Franz Welser-Möst, the Orchestra will welcome audiences back to Severance Hall as a more flexible, innovative, versatile, and empathetic institution, strengthened by the lessons of the past 14 months.
by Stephi Wild - May 23, 2021
The new production of Shakespeare's Hamlet, directed by Sean Mathias with Ian McKellen in an age-blind interpretation, is set to begin performances 21 June at Theatre Royal Windsor.
by Stage Tube - May 22, 2021
Olivier played more than 120 stage roles and appeared in nearly 60 films throughout his illustrious career.
by Stephi Wild - May 21, 2021
Shows will include and breathe..., Hymn, Once Upon a Time in Nazi Occupied Tunisia, The Tragedy of Macbeth, Spring Awakening, and The Key Workers Cycle.
by Stephi Wild - May 21, 2021
Saoirse Ronan will make her UK stage debut in The Tragedy of Macbeth, playing at the Almeida Theatre in London this Fall. Four-time Academy Award-nominated Ronan makes her UK stage debut as Lady Macbeth. She made her Broadway debut as Abigail Williams in The Crucible on Broadway in 2016.
by Stephi Wild - May 20, 2021
This summer will be an entirely outdoor rep season in various locations across the Pitlochry campus. This twenty-two strong acting Ensemble will be performing in Pitlochry for different lengths of time throughout the summer, some for a week, some for two and others for many months.
by Stephi Wild - May 20, 2021
The award-winning Proteus will translate Angela Carter's macabre fairy tales to the stage using circus as a physical vocabulary. At a moment when women and men across the country confront the double standards of safety, sex, and the fears of what goes bump in the night, Carter's incendiary caustic take on fairy tales as cautionary tales could not be a more formidable challenge to the status quo.
by Alan Henry - May 19, 2021
After the successful reimagining of its 2020/21 Season, Lyric Opera of Chicago greatly looks forward to welcoming audiences once again to the Lyric Opera House this fall for the start of the company’s 67th Season. 
by Oliver Oliveros - May 19, 2021
For the time being, Cheese Mendez of Theatre Titas pulls away from the theater company that recently staged Macbeth and Ang Paglititis ni Mang Serapio to do some theatrical experiment on his own—with the help of some friends, of course—via Antonio & Perfecto, an almost entirely original play fit for the Pride Month in June.
by Stephi Wild - May 18, 2021
Pitlochry Festival Theatre have today announced the casting for the long-awaited stage premiere of David Greig's new play, Adventures with the Painted People, which will open in Pitlochry from 10 June to 4 July as part of the theatre's outdoor Summer Season. 
by Kerrie Nicholson - May 18, 2021
Collaborating with Watford Palace Theatre on their latest offering, Romeo and Juliet, Creation’s ninth digital production is a first as they endeavour to tell the beloved tale of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers through a variety of platforms and technologies: live performance, filmed scenes and elements of interactivity woven together with a “choose your own adventure”-style thread where audiences have a hand in driving the story.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2021
On Monday, June 7, Members of Congress and distinguished Washington influencers from both sides of the aisle will travel back to Shakespeare's day for one evening only! Following upon the success of last summer's virtual Will on the Hill, this year's performance will also be online with pay-what-you-will pricing.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2021
Musical Theatre students at Orange County School of the Arts and California School of the Arts – San Gabriel Valley will join a star-studded cast of Broadway, television and film actors for an exciting reimagined “Performing with Pros” theater event. For the first time ever, this show features a cast of 12 guest artists and 87 students.
by BWW Features - May 17, 2021
BroadwayWorld is checking in with theaters around the country as they prepare to reopen this summer. We're kicking off the series by checking in with American Shakespeare Center's Director of Communications Kelly M. Burdick.
by David Sousa Lopes - May 17, 2021
Last week, the Grand Théâtre opened its doors to MacBeth Underworld, an epic opera that revisits one of the world’s greatest and darkest plays.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 14, 2021
THE TURNIP FIELD is a perfect piece of heartrending, funny theatre just right as we emerge from lockdown and theatres are able to welcome audiences once again. It universal theme will appeal to all theatregoers.  The show opens at Stoke Rep on 25th May and moves directly to The Turbine Theatre on 2nd June. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 13, 2021
Emmi’s early singles earned her early fans in the likes of Taylor Swift, Elton John, and BBC Radio 1’s Greg James. Two platinum selling features later she landed a movie role as a singing goblin in JK Rowling’s Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
by Stage Tube - May 13, 2021
Today's episode features one of Adrienne's closest friends, Travis Turner, sits down to chat about theatre in Chicago, studying at Northwestern, his agent offer stories and life as an actor in North America's second largest theater market, Chicago!
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 12, 2021
Dances Patrelle presents Reflections on our Time, a virtual spring season, on Thursday, May 20.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2021
On Wednesday 10 June 2020, the scholar James Nwoye Adichie died in Nigeria. Three months later, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the acclaimed author of Half a Yellow Sun and Americanah, published a beautiful tribute to the father she loved 'so much, so fiercely, so tenderly', a poignant meditation on the meaning, impact and nature of grief, in the New Yorker. Out of that essay grew a book, published in May 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2021
Each of the five selected recipient receives £1000, as well as technical, marketing and creative support from Iris Theatre to develop and present their work as part of the Summer Festival. Each artist receives 50% of their production's box office revenue.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 9, 2021
American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University held its Spring Celebration on Saturday, June 5, gathering friends, fans, and supporters from across the US and 21 countries around the world virtually to celebrate departing Executive Producer Diane Borger and for a first look at what’s to come from theater. 
by Steve Callahan - Jun 7, 2021
Yes, André de Shields is playing Lear! His long career in musical theater stretches from the original Hair to The Wiz to Hadestown, and it is bespangled with awards (Emmy, Grammy and others). He’s an icon. Now, at seventy-five, he takes on the most demanding role in all of Shakespeare.
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 5, 2021
Broadway might be dark, but that doesn't mean that theatre isn't happening everywhere! Below, check out where you can get your daily fix of Broadway this weekend, June 5-6, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 5, 2021
1776 will now play May - July 2022 in the Loeb Drama Center before it plays at Roundabout Theatre Company in fall 2022 and begins a national tour in February 2023.  WILD in Concert is a new musical starring Idina Menzel, which was created by Tony and Obie Award-winning playwright V (formerly Eve Ensler).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 4, 2021
Building upon Play On Shakespeare’s mission to enhance the understanding of Shakespeare’s plays, Play On Podcasts bring timeless tales directly to modern audiences. Following the success of Macbeth, the series – presented by Play On in partnership with Next Chapter Podcasts –continues today with the release of Ellen McLaughlin’s Pericles.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jun 3, 2021
Returning from battle, Macbeth hears a prophesy emboldening him to murder and betray. Compelled by his equally ruthless wife, Macbeth ignores his creeping sense of guilt and hopelessness and attempts to hasten the hand of fate, unwittingly ushering in the downfall of them both.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 20, 2021
Check out the full list of winners, including Lifetime Achievement Awards to Oscar-winning costume designer Bob Mackie for his body of work; director and actor Luis Valdez; and iconic actor Tom Skerritt. 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 2, 2021
Cycling from theatre to farm, from castle to park, The HandleBards' all-female company are touring their irreverent Macbeth across the UK this summer. The most environmentally friendly Shakespearean theatre company there is, and naturally one of the most Covid-safe, are packing The Scottish Play onto their bikes and taking it to outdoor venues.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 2, 2021
Recipients of the New Vision Fellowship have been announced. The 2021 New Vision Fellowship playwrights will each be awarded $5,000, fully funded by National Queer Theater, to develop a play, musical, or performance experience of their design and choosing.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 18, 2021
Prepare to witness the impossible - the entirety of Oscar Wilde's classic play of manners, affairs and handbags being performed by just two rather dashing entertainers with a little help from their hapless Stage Manager. They've no time for the twee tea-time titters - they want you guffawing with your gran and spitting out your sauvignon on your sister..
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 15, 2021
Center Theatre Group is marking the ninth anniversary of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) with “WET: A DACAmented Journey” written and performed by Alex Alpharaoh and directed by Brisa Areli Muñoz. Alpharaoh's deeply personal work will be available free to the public on the Center Theatre Group's Digital Stage.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 15, 2021
The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, leading proponents of open air theatre have released new production images for their Summer 2021 tour production of Macbeth.  
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 14, 2021
KILL MOVE PARADISE by James Ijames, directed by Dexter J. Singleton, is the next production in Playhouse on Park's 12th Main Stage Season.
by Peter Nason - Jun 12, 2021
Based on a notoriously deranged German children's book, it's a theatrical marvel...but will audiences get it?
by Herbert Paine - Jun 12, 2021
A bold and refreshing initiative by USC School of Cinematic Arts claims the title of Welles’s legendary stage production, VOODOO MACBETH, for a full-length film that chronicles the making of the staging. The film is scheduled for showing at the Sedona International Film Festival (June 12th-20th).
by Erica Miner - Jun 11, 2021
The New York City-based award-winning baritone and Pittsburgh, PA, native specializes in dramatic roles of Verdi, Puccini, and Strauss
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 11, 2021
Independent Shakespeare Co. is continuing to occupy the digital space in 2021 with a groundbreaking virtual experience, the last syllable, written & directed by Melissa Chalsma, based on Shakespeare’s Macbeth, with poetry by Luis Galindo.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 1, 2021
The season will kick off with Macbeth, running from 10 to 29 December 2021, with previews beginning on December 4. The season will consist of 13 operas, seven ballets and numerous concerts, running through November 2022.
by Maria Nockin - Jun 1, 2021
Los Angeles Opera presents a digital recital exploring the invaluable contributions Latina composers have made to the world of classical music. LAO’s much-beloved After Hours Recital Series is back, and this time it celebrates eleven Latina composers. Russell Thomas, the company's Artist in Residence-turned-host, curated this fabulous stream to transport viewers virtually to Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina, Cuba, and Peru.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 1, 2021
As our region and the world transition from a time of isolation to a return to public gathering, Seattle Center is just beginning to dip our toes into the notion of in-person events. As Seattle Center heads into the summer season, many activities on the grounds will resume. Here are things to do on campus and online this Summer at the Center.