Performance, Shakespeare's "Macbeth," October 27, 8:00 p.m., Historic St. Mary's City

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Add to Calendar 2019-10-27 20:00:00 2019-10-27 22:30:00 Performance, Shakespeare's "Macbeth," October 27, 8:00 p.m., Historic St. Mary's City Produced by the Department of Theater, Film, and Media Studies and directed by faculty member Amy Steiger, Shakespeare’s tale of terrors and of unbridled ambition is full of “present fears” and “horrible imaginings” – witches, ghosts, and deadly violence both actual and imaginary – that trouble boundaries between the material world and systems or feelings that can less easily be clutched in the hands. Exploring the remarkable natural and architectural landscape of Historic St. Mary’s City, this site-specific Halloween production travels a path from outdoors in the Town Center to inside the old State House. Along the way, we will draw on Shakespeare’s roots in medieval theater, on historical connections between colonial Maryland and early modern England, and on the power of all kinds of fear, then and now. To reserve tickets, email boxoffice@smcm.edu or telephone the Theater Box Office at (240) 895-4243 (ext. 4243). Ticket prices: $4 for students, faculty, SMCM staff, senior citizens, and Arts Alliance members; $6 general admission. Patrons must pick up their reserved tickets at the Box Office window by 7:45 p.m. for evening performances and by 1:45 p.m. for matinée performances; otherwise, unclaimed tickets will be released for sale. Historic St. Mary's City Department of Theater, Film, and Media Studies Mark Rhoda America/New_York public
Historic St. Mary's City
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Produced by the Department of Theater, Film, and Media Studies and directed by faculty member Amy Steiger, Shakespeare’s tale of terrors and of unbridled ambition is full of “present fears” and “horrible imaginings” – witches, ghosts, and deadly violence both actual and imaginary – that trouble boundaries between the material world and systems or feelings that can less easily be clutched in the hands. Exploring the remarkable natural and architectural landscape of Historic St. Mary’s City, this site-specific Halloween production travels a path from outdoors in the Town Center to inside the old State House. Along the way, we will draw on Shakespeare’s roots in medieval theater, on historical connections between colonial Maryland and early modern England, and on the power of all kinds of fear, then and now.

To reserve tickets, email boxoffice@smcm.edu or telephone the Theater Box Office at (240) 895-4243 (ext. 4243).

Ticket prices: $4 for students, faculty, SMCM staff, senior citizens, and Arts Alliance members; $6 general admission.

Patrons must pick up their reserved tickets at the Box Office window by 7:45 p.m. for evening performances and by 1:45 p.m. for matinée performances; otherwise, unclaimed tickets will be released for sale.

Ticket Information

Ticket prices: $4 for students, faculty, SMCM staff, senior citizens, and Arts Alliance members; $6 general admission. To reserve tickets, email boxoffice@smcm.edu or telephone the Theater Box Office at (240) 895-4243 (ext. 4243). Patrons must pick up their reserved tickets at the Box Office window by 7:45 p.m. for evening performances and by 1:45 p.m. for matinée performances; otherwise, unclaimed tickets will be released for sale.

Event Sponsor(s)
Department of Theater, Film, and Media Studies
Mark Rhoda
marhoda@smcm.edu
240-895-4231
Event Group
Theater
Main Stage Season
Historic St. Mary's City
Performance