Macbeth is one of the most performed tragedies in the history of theater. A compelling tale of treachery and violence set in a world of witches and ghosts, Macbeth engages audiences with soaring poetry, stage combat and some of Shakespeare’s most memorable characters. Kingsmen’s production marks the third time the play has been performed in Kingsmen Park.
The season will close with performances of one of Shakespeare's early comedies, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, weekends July 17 through Aug. 2.
General admission is $25 for adults, $20 for seniors 62 and over and active military, $15 for students 18 and over with ID, and free for children. Reserved lawn boxes are $90 to $110. A lawn box accommodates four to six, and only one ticket is required per box. Online ticketing is available for both lawn boxes and general admission. Parking is available in the lot off Mountclef Boulevard just south of Olsen Road.
The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company is the professional theater company of Cal Lutheran. The nonprofit organization employs professional actors, coordinates apprentice programs for professional and aspiring Shakespearean actors, offers an educational tour for local schools in the spring, and provides summer theater camps for youth.
Image: Macbeth, digital collage by Tim Hengst from photos by Ben Hengst and Brian Stethem.