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Lincoln Center, 150 West 65th Street, New York, NY 10023

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Ended 12 Jan 2014 after 2 months

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O'Brien's inventive staging encompasses aggressive choreography of strenuous battle enactments, along with darkly fanciful supernatural scenes.

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Closed 12 Jan 2014
Lincoln Center Theater proudly presents its 2013/2014 season's production of the Shakespearean classic, Macbeth, starring Ethan Hawke alongside Anne-Marie Duff as Lady Macbeth, and directed by Tony winner Jack O'Brien.

Although this is the New York stage debut for English actress Anne-Marie Duff, Hawke has been previously seen on a Broadway stage in the title role of Chekhov's Ivanov in 2012, as well as behind the scenes as a director on several off-Broadway productions.

Director Jack O'Brien presents Macbeth in the footsteps of his two Tony-winning productions - Henry IV and Journey to the Coast of Utopia - both of which were also collaborations with Ethan Hawke in the title role.

Don't miss the opportunity to catch Hawke's dark portrayal of the tragic Lord Macbeth and his descent into madness in this iconic play.

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Previews from: 24 October 2013

Opening night: 21 November 2013

Closing night: 12 January 2014


May not be suitable for very young children.

Run time

Two hours and 45 minutes with one interval

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What You Say

3 reviews, average rating: (3.2 Stars)

Tanya Carmella: “Loved It!”

A fresh, modern take on Macbeth. Cheers to the cast, crew, and production ... more

Eric J. Smith: “Macbeth At It's Finest. (Jan. 12th Final Showing)”

This play was very entertaining to me. The set was well crafted, and the ce... more

Judith Tane: “Macbeth”

A disaster, mostly because of the miscasting of Ethan Hawke as Macbeth. ... more

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