School of Theatre to Present 'Macbeth'
North Greenville University School of Theatre will present the hauntingly ominous “Macbeth,” one of the most popular of all of Shakespeare’s tragedies, April 20-22 and 24-26 in Billingsley Theatre on the NGU campus.
Macbeth and his ambitious wife use prophecy and schemes to claw their way to the Scottish throne against a background of corruption, war, and murder. Don’t miss this character study about the lack of character.
To purchase tickets for "Macbeth" or any of the School of Theatre upcoming productions visit www.ngu.edu/theatre.php.
For more information on NGU Theatre or for opportunities on how to become a program sponsor, contact Amy Dunlap, Department Chair at 864.895.1580.
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