Festivals & Events



MACBETH

by William Shakespeare
University of Manitoba Theatre Program

John J. Conklin Theatre: Gail Asper Performing Arts Hall, Taché Hall
150 Dafoe Road, University of Manitoba
Wheelchair accessible
Capacity 99


Shakespeare’s great tragedy of a man of action beset by witches, war and his own ambitions. It tells the story of a couple, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, trapped in a world view that values violence and acquisition as the highest of masculine virtues, a world in which the drive to achieve runs in concert with the need to destroy and ravage: “When you durst do it, then you were a man.”
This production takes place in the 80s, the period whose toxic masculinity still haunts us today.
 
Director: William Kerr
Assistant Directors: Kitty Kerr, Evan Friesen, Cali Sproule
 
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"When you durst do it, then you were a man; And to be more than what you were, you would Be so much more the man."


Wed Jan 22 7:30PM
Thu Jan 23 7:30PM
Fri Jan 24 7:30PM
Sat Jan 25 7:30PM
Sun Jan 26 2:00PM
Tue Jan 28 7:30PM
Wed Jan 29 7:30PM
Thu Jan 30 7:30PM
Fri Jan 31 7:30PM
Sat, Feb 1  1:00PM - EXTRA PERFORMANCE ADDED
Sat Feb 1 7:30PM
 
2 hours, 30 minutes
 
Tickets $20
Arts workers/Alumni $15
Students $10
 
In advance:
Call 204 474 6880 with the number of tickets and the night/time you want.
Note: we'll only reply to messages if there are concerns.
 
At the door:
Cash, ShakespearePass
Box Office opens 45 minutes before showtime