Small Batch Arts presents Macbeth
Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture – Outside on the West Lawn
June 25th, 26th & 27th at 7pm
Seating is on the lawn (bring blanket/chairs)
$5 Suggested donation
Brought to you by Small Batch Arts and the “Originals” a team of pre-professional Shakespearean players.
Directed by Sasha Kostyrko & Bobby Bowman
Soundscape created by Erik Pearson
Join Small Batch Arts on the lawn at the Emerson Cultural Center for a vibrant retelling of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, June 25, 26 and 27.
We ask the century-old question: Does free will or fate motivate Macbeth’s tragedy? What are the effects of fear and uncertainty on a leader’s psyche?
Directed by Sasha Kostyrko (Cymbeline, Importance of Being Earnest) and Bobby Bowman, with a soundscape by Erik Pearson (Cymbeline, Comedy of Errors).
We are thrilled to offer this evening of theatre to our community. Bring a blanket or a small lawn chair, and enjoy an evening of entertainment. Free and open to the public. Suggested $5 donation upon entrance.