Department of Theatre, 308.865.8670
Shakespeare’s Macbeth opens at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, in the University of Nebraska at Kearney Miriam Drake Theatre.
The production, directed by Janice Fronczak, UNK assistant professor of theatre, runs Wednesday – Saturday, April 21-24, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 25, at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $7 for adults; $5 for students, seniors, and UNK Faculty/Staff; and free to UNK students with a valid UNK ID. Tickets may be reserved through the UNK Theatre Box Office, 308.865.8417, or e-mail: email@example.com. Box office hours are noon to 4 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday; and one hour before each performance.
Macbeth, considered by many to be William Shakespeare’s darkest work, tells the chilling tale of a king’s bloody rise to the Scottish throne and the extraordinary price he pays for his ambition. As the prophecies imparted by a trio of witches begin to ring true, the noble Macbeth makes one fatal error – rather than allowing fate to bring him his crown, he accepts his wife’s challenge and takes wicked measures to attain it. In doing so, he is drawn in to an unsettling world of evil, murder and madness from which he cannot escape.
Members of the professional artistic/production staff include: Steven Satta, fight director; Shawn Deiger, sound designer; Daniel Jones, costume designer; and David Tidwell, scenic and lighting director.
The stage manager is Larcy Shaw of Kearney; assistant stage manager, Sarah Wilden of Omaha.
The cast for Macbeth includes:
Blair – Erin L. Burgess
Columbus – Jakob Enzminger
Deshler – Chad Holle
Elgin – Katie Miller, Shauna Warren
Elwood – Jean Duffy
Gretna – Eve Legacie
Hay Springs – Joshua D. Hermansen
Kearney – Conan Christensen, Sarah J. Cole, Dr. Gene Fendt, UNK philosophy faculty; Jack Garrison, UNK theatre faculty; Rachael Miller; Kevin L. Nenstiel, Grayson Sinclair and Stacey A. Wood
Lincoln – Seth Petersen
McCook – Dawn Salyer
Norfolk – Scott Schneider
North Platte – Elizabeth Odle
Taylor – Andrew Nelson
Round Rock – Chance Hartman
Kobe City – Mikako Toda
Tokyo – Takashi Morimoto