Why See Macbeth?
Patrick Stewart reunites with rising star director Rupert Goold in the harrowing study of the seductive nature of power, which is moving to Broadway after an acclaimed run at BAM.
Macbeth sells his soul to be king, eventually bringing the terrible consequences of his actions upon himself. With such scenes as the three witches' "Double, double toil and trouble"; Lady MacBeth's "Out, damn spot"; and dinner with Banquo's ghost.
Previews from : 29th March 2008
Opened : 8th April 2008
Limited engagement until : 24th May 2008
Audience: Macbeth is suitable for audiences aged 12 and upwards. Children aged under 5 will not be admitted to the Lyceum Theatre.
Run time: 3 hours including intermission
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Opening night: 29 March 2008
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