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Macbeth - 2018 - West End Tickets, News, Info & More

Returning home from battle, the victorious Macbeth meets three witches on the heath. Driven by their disturbing prophecies, he sets out on the path to murder.

History:

Revival
Run Type: Limited Run
Market: West End
Previews: October 15, 2018
Closing: January 18, 2019

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by Kelsey Denette - Aug 9, 2011
The Public Theater (Artistic Director Oskar Eustis; Interim Executive Director Joey Parnes) announced additional casting today for KING LEAR, directed by James Macdonald, running October 18 - November 20 in the Newman Theater with an official press opening on November 8. Che Ayende (Duke of Burgundy/Knight/Servant), Craig Bockhorn (Doctor), Michael Crane (Oswald), Herb Foster (Old Man/Curan), Seth Gilliam (Edmund), Michael Izquierdo (King of France), Arian Moayed (Edgar), Kelli O'Hara (Regan), and Richard Topol (Albany) will join the previously announced Enid Graham (Goneril), Michael McKean (Gloucester), John Douglas Thompson (Kent) and Sam Waterston (Lear). Single tickets, priced at $75-$85, go on sale Tuesday, August 9. Member tickets are $40 and are on sale now.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 27, 2011
Theatre for a New Audience's 32nd season features boldly diverse plays by William Shakespeare, Samuel Beckett, John Ford and a joyful klezmer musical adapted by Robert Brustein from the stories of Nobel-winning Isaac Bashevis Singer.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 27, 2011
Redd Tale Theatre Company blasts into its fifth season with the world premiere of two original works! FRANKENSTEIN With Mary Shelley by Virginia Bartholomew, edited/directed by Will Le Vasseur, and GABRIEL by Will Le Vasseur, directed by Lynn Kenny. Previews are August 4th at Nicu's Spoon Theatre. Opening Night is August 5th.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 27, 2011
Joining Ralph Fiennes, who leads the company as Prospero in Trevor Nunn's Theatre Royal Haymarket Company production of William Shakespeare's The Tempest, are Nicholas Lyndhurst as Trinculo, Chris Andrew Mellon (Sebastian), Michael Benz (Ferdinand), Tom Byam Shaw (Ariel), Jim Creighton (Adrian), Ian Drysdale (Francisco), Elisabeth Hopper (Miranda), Andrew Jarvis (Gonzalo), James Simmons (Alonso), Giles Terera (Caliban), Julian Wadham (Antonio) and Clive Wood (Stephano) as well as Steven Butler, Eke Chukwu, Meline Danielewicz, Gisele Edwards, Hayley Ellenbrook , Grahame Fox, Charlie Hamblett, Jami Reid-Quarrell and Itxaso Moreno.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 26, 2011
Caroline Loncq (Margaret Hyman), Brian Protheroe (Stanton Case), Suzan Sylvester (Harriet) and Stanley Townsend (Dr Harry Hyman) join previously announced Antony Sher (Phillip Gellburg) and Tara Fitzgerald (Sylvia Gellburg) to complete the cast for Arthur Miller's Olivier Award winning Broken Glass.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 26, 2011
Roy Arias' Sex on the Beach, the new three character play that explore the sex tourist industry in the Spanish Caribbean (Cuba, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico), will conclude its acclaimed Off-Broadway premiere August 26th. Alfred Preisser directs.
by Kelsey Denette - Aug 24, 2011
Suffolk University and Boston Playwrights' Theatre present Robert Brustein's Mortal Terror, directed by Daniela Varon from September 15 through October 2 at the Modern Theatre at Suffolk University, 525 Washington Street, Boston. The production will be available for press viewing on Saturday, September 17 at 8pm.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 24, 2011
Artistic Director Chay Yew and Executive Director Jan Kallish announce the Chicago Premiere of Sarah Ruhl's Tony-nominated play In the Next Room or the vibrator play directed by Associate Artistic Director Sandy Shinner.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 24, 2011
The Kennedy Center hosts its 10th annual Page-to-Stage new play festival from Saturday, September 3, 2011 to Monday, September 5, 2011, featuring more than 40 theaters from the D.C. metropolitan area, all with a mission to produce and support new work.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 24, 2011
Christina Haag, author of the New York Times bestseller 'Come to the Edge' - the memoir of her lifelong relationship with John F. Kennedy, Jr. which included a five year romantic relationship - will take time off of her hectic book tour and will assume the role of Catherine Murdoch in Sharyn Rothstein's new play THE INVESTED when it premieres Off-Broadway beginning September 12th with an opening date set for September 14th at the 4th Street Theatre (83 East 4th Street, 1st Floor) in Manhattan.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2011
Berkshire Playwrights Lab will present a staged reading of Anna Ziegler's 'An Incident' directed by Bob Jaffe on Wednesday, August 24 at 7:30pm at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 23, 2011
Witness murder, mayhem and deception unfold in Arizona Theatre Company's world premiere thriller, Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of The Suicide Club.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 23, 2011
GAN-e-meed Theatre Project's second season of Career Labs for Women in Theatre begins on September 12 with Balancing Act: The Work/Life Continuum, a panel discussion.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 22, 2011
Richard Baird returns to San Diego to direct the largest Diversionary Theatre production to date - 14 fantastic actors playing numerous roles in an intense account of the struggle between passion and responsibility.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 22, 2011
Suffolk University and Boston Playwrights' Theatre present Robert Brustein's Mortal Terror, directed by Daniela Varon from September 15 through October 2 at the Modern Theatre at Suffolk University, 525 Washington Street, Boston.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 21, 2011
JERUSALEM has extended its limited engagement on Broadway for an additional four weeks. The critically acclaimed, award-winning production will now run through August 21 at the Music Box Theatre (230 West 45th Street).
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2011
Babes With Blades, Chicago's all-female stage combat theater company, will present the world premiere of "The Double" by BWB ensemble member Barbara Lhota .
by Robert Diamond - Aug 19, 2011
Few names in the modern lexicon can and do raise such vitriolic and vociferous reactions from film fans, Broadway babies and pop culture mavens alike - let alone everybody else - and not only for his classic spate of films, but, even more so because of his tumultuous personal life and the fact it has been painted on pages in the press for decades; yet, no question, the name Roman Polanski does just that. Given what has come to pass in his oft-vaunted career, the perils of his private life have always informed his art in one way or another - from his war-torn orphan upbringing in Europe in a concentration camp to his wife and son's brutal slaying by the Manson Family to the infamous rape case that made him a fugitive to the US; up to the new millennium and the recent HBO documentary examining the court case and, of course, the upcoming feature film, CARNAGE, itself. From the suffocating claustrophobia and bizarre social and sexual proclivity examinations in KNIFE IN THE WATER, REPULSION and CUL-DE-SAC, to his more mainstream US films like the horror classic ROSEMARY'S BABY and, in my critics' opinion one of the finest films ever made, CHINATOWN. Taking into account his seamless stage-to-screen transfer of DEATH AND THE MAIDEN in 1994, Polanski's CARNAGE could very well stand alongside that tremendous achievement as a solid film all its own - even divorced from its theatrical roots - especially judging from the looks of today's just-released trailer for the feature film version, coming out in December as one of the year's most highly-anticipated Oscar-bait entries being released at the end of the year (as always). For those not familiar with the hit source play, GOD OF CARNAGE concerns itself with one evening and the meeting of two couples in Manhattan to discuss their sons' situation in school and over the course of the colorful extended conversation the tables are turned and the parents reveal themselves to be children at heart - in more ways than one.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 19, 2011
Berkshire Playwrights Lab will present a staged reading of Anna Ziegler's 'An Incident' directed by Bob Jaffe on Wednesday, August 24 at 7:30pm at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.
by Lauren Wolman - Aug 18, 2011
Singer Josh Groban is set to guest star on NBC's hit ‘The Office' this season, according to EW.com. Groban will play the brother of Andy Bernard (played by Ed Helms).
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 18, 2011
Frantic Assembly today announced the full cast for their touring production of Abi Morgan's new play LOVESONG.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 17, 2011
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey ushers in the Fall portion of its 2011 Season with Othello -- Shakespeare's tragic tale of love, jealousy and betrayal featuring a prestigious cast of Shakespeare Theatre veterans including Lindsay Smiling and Robert Cuccioli.
by Lauren Wolman - Aug 17, 2011
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey ushers in the Fall portion of its 2011 Season with Othello -- Shakespeare's tragic tale of love, jealousy and betrayal featuring a prestigious cast of Shakespeare Theatre veterans including Lindsay Smiling and Robert Cuccioli. Performances of Othello begin on September 7 and continue through October 2 at the Theatre's Main Stage, the intimate F.M. Kirby Theatre.
by Kelsey Denette - Aug 17, 2011
LA's distinguished SeaGlass Theatre is delighted to present Steven Berkoff's, KVETCH a dark and decidedly adult comedy, September 17 - October 16, 2011 at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks, CA.
by Kelsey Denette - Aug 17, 2011
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Chiwetel Ejiofor has been cast in the upcoming film 'Twelve Years a Slave.'
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 17, 2011
Long Wharf Theatre, under the leadership of Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein and Interim Managing Director Joshua Borenstein, will be hosting Non-Equity auditions for its 2011-2012 Season.
by Kelsey Denette - Aug 16, 2011
After a memorable and record-breaking inaugural year, Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater celebrates its 61st anniversary season with Trouble in Mind, written by playwright Alice Childress. Childress was the first African-American woman to have her plays professionally produced in New York, and she became the first woman of color to win an Obie Award, in 1956 for Trouble in Mind (Best Original Production).
by Pat Cerasaro - Aug 16, 2011
Today we are talking to the man who makes all of the magic available to see in the Shakespeare's Globe Film Series actually happen onstage in the first place - such as this week's stunning showing of HENRY IV: Part 2 on August 18 -Shakespeare's Globe Artistic Director, Dominic Dromgoole. In addition to a thorough discussion of all aspects of the unprecedented series of performance captures that have taken place at Shakespeare's Globe so far - seven and counting - we also discuss many aspects of the Bard himself and what productions like HENRY IV: Parts 1 & 2 - both of which he directed - have to say to a twenty-first century audience. Besides that, Dromgoole sheds some light on some of the most memorable moments of his tenure at the Globe, as well as sharing his individual insight into everything from GLEE to Chekhov and, of course, we dissect a number of Shakespeare's most instructive, innovative and unforgettable scenes from many of his finest histories and latter plays, with a focus on HENRY IV and the future for the Shakespeare's Globe Film Series.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2011
Seventy six years after its movie release, Top Hat will receive its world stage premiere at the Milton Keynes Theatre on 16 August 2011 where it opens for the start of an initial 17 UK week tour prior to an anticipated West End transfer in spring 2012.
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 15, 2011
Redd Tale Theatre Company blasts into its fifth season with the world premiere of two original works! FRANKENSTEIN With Mary Shelley by Virginia Bartholomew, edited/directed by Will Le Vasseur, and GABRIEL by Will Le Vasseur, directed by Lynn Kenny. Opening Night was August 5th.
by Kelsey Denette - Aug 15, 2011
The Royal Conservatory announced recently a Tribute Concert to honour Des McAnuff, Broadway's Canadian visionary director and Tony Award-winner.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2011
Nuclear Love Affair, a bold new spectacle that looks at the journey of the American Dream, created by Built for Collapse (www.built4collapse.wordpress.com), will have its world premiere at Theater for the New City, (155 First Avenue), opening August 14th and playing through September 3rd, as part of The Dream Up Festival.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2011
Built for Collapse presents NUCLEAR LOVE AFFAIR, in association with The Dream Up Festival at THeatre for the New City, AUgust 14 through September 3. In this spectacular multi-media investigation of America in the Atomic Age, unnerving images, vibrant rhythms, disturbing text, and violent slapstick collide to create an erotic pop culture explosion. Featuring Elvis Presley dancing through Vietnam, Charlie Chaplin at Hiroshima, and Marilyn Monroe teaching us all how to 'Duck and Cover,' Nuclear Love Affair is a bold and twisted take on the journey of the American Dream.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2011
Artistic Director Michael Halberstam and Executive Director Kathryn Lipuma announce a one-week extension to the World Premiere of The Detective's Wife by Keith Huff, directed by Gary Griffin. Due to high demand, an additional six performances have been added for The Detective's Wife, now playing at Writers' Theatre, 664 Vernon Avenue in Glencoe, through August 14, 2011.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 13, 2011
Wayside Theatre will present the final performance of The Nerd on August 13, 2011. The comedy was written by the late playwright, Larry Shue.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 13, 2011
Babes With Blades, Chicago's all-female stage combat theater company, will present the world premiere of "The Double" by BWB ensemble member Barbara Lhota .
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 12, 2011
Dallas Theater Center launches its 2011-2012 season with Shakespeare's beloved final play, The Tempest, at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre at the AT&T Performing Arts Center Sept. 9 - Oct. 9.
by BWW - Aug 12, 2011
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by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 12, 2011
Abrons Arts Center and Barbara Busackino have set the opening night for the highly anticipated NYC return of Arias with a Twist for Sunday, September 18 at Abrons Arts Center (466 Grand Street).
by BWW News Desk - Aug 12, 2011
Continuing their fifth season in the summer of 2011, The Porters of Hellsgate return to The Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Complex in North Hollywood with William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. Taking liberty with time and place, The Porters explore race, class, sexuality and wealth for their six-week run of the Bard's ultimately tragic comedy.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 12, 2011
Self Fulfilling Productions will debut Welcome to Eternity, a collection of short plays about the long walk down the aisle, at the 15th Annual New York International Fringe Festival. Welcome to Eternity will run for five performances from August 12 through August 28, 2011 at Venue #2: CSV Cultural Center's Flamboyan Theatre (107 Suffolk Street).
by Lauren Wolman - Aug 11, 2011
NCShakes will hold auditions next month for the 2012 Shakespeare To Go tour, the company's outreach and education program that performs and educates at schools across North Carolina.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 11, 2011
This year's collection of shows from Gemini CollisionWorks, The Collisionworks 2011: At The Ends (aka 3 Terminal Plays or 3 Ultimate Plays), focuses on finality, mortality, and the conclusion of all things, with the caveat that all endings bring the possibility of new beginnings.
by Caryn Robbins - Aug 11, 2011
The Weekend Theater will pressent Pippin with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, book by Roger O. Hirson on October 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23.
by Lauren Wolman - Aug 10, 2011
The Museum of Modern Art recognizes the achievements of Roman Polanski with a complete retrospective of the filmmaker's works, September 7-30, 2011, in The Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters. Over the course of a half century, Polanski has become widely recognized as one of the premier international filmmakers, directing films in Poland, England, the U.S., Italy, and France and working with distinguished actors such as Jack Nicholson, Adrien Brody, Catherine Deneuve, Mia Farrow, Ben Kingsley, and Nastassja Kinski.

Macbeth Frequently Asked Questions

What productions of Macbeth have there been?
Macbeth has had 2 productions including West End which opened in 2018 and Broadway which opened in 2022.