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Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre, 111 West 46th St, New York, NY 10036

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Scotland, PA

Opens September 14, 2019

The cult classic gets musical makeover!

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A Brand New Musical

Billy Morrissette's early naughties cult hit is heading off-Broadway this fall in a brand new musical adaptation! Released in 2001, Scotland, PA fuses Shakspeare's Macbeth with a failing burger joint in the hamlet of Scotland, Pensylvania. Commissioned by the Roundabout Theatre Company Scotland, PA features an original score by Adam Gwon and will be directed by Sunset Boulevard's Lonny Price!

When Joe "Mac" McBeth gets passed over for a promotion at the failing Duncan's burger joint he and his wife Pat take matters into their own hands. Convinced that they could do a better job than Norm (the restaurant's owner) the duo hatch a devious plan and to get their mitts on Duncan's, and transform it into a popular drive-thru. Will their plan succeed or will it come to a bloody end? 

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Previews from: 14 September 2019

Opening night: 15 October 2019

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Book by Michael Mitnick
Music and Lyrics by Adam Gwon
Directed by Lonny Price
Choreographed by Josh Rhodes

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