Macbeth
by Texas State University

Feb. 08 - Feb. 13
Tuesday-Sunday

Set in the 11th century, Shakespeare’s Macbeth charts the rise and fall of the Scottish thane as he pursues the throne with tragic ambition. The popular play is loosely based on a real 11th-century Scottish king, who—like the title character—commits regicide to usurp the crown. 

The play follows Macbeth, a soldier, who receives a prophecy of becoming king. Texas State’s production hones in on the characters’ trauma and the effects of post-traumatic stress.Macbeth's wife manipulates his temptation into reality, as he slaughters those in line for the throne. The project has been over two years in the making after it began in a director/designer collaboration class for the now third-year MFA director Martin J. Asprey. 

Directed by Martin J. Asprey 

Photos & Poster by Lauren Jurgemeyer   

Nick Dondero (photo by Lauren Jurgemeyer)

Cast 

Macbeth: Nick Dondero 

Duncan/Lord/Messenger: Zach Masso  

Malcom: Tyler Jordan Wesley 

Banquo: Ricardo Lopez Montilla  

Macduff: Llailan Bennett  

Lady Macbeth: Vivian Noble 

Child Witch/Donalbain/Young Macduff/Murderer: Raleigh Turner  

Witch/Murderer: Mallory Keeler  

Witch/Murderer: Addie Deike 

Ross: Miranda Marquez  

Young Siward/Fleance: DJ Bartley  

Lady Macduff: Devon Khalsa  

Porter: Kaitlyn Moccia  

Angus: Seth Lewis  

Bloody Captain/Musician/Doctor: Tap Rudra  

Lenox: Jordan Faniel  

Menteith/Caithness: Grant Goodnight  

Old Siward/ Old Man: Alejandro (AJ) Urdiales  

Attendant/Gentlewoman: Elena Heine  

Seyton/Messenger: Casey Dworaczyk  

 

Content Warning:  This production contains adult themes including graphic language, PTSD, intimacy, staged graphic violence, theatrical weapons, and death. This is a safe space intended to promote discourse about the human experience. Our Front of House can provide resources and support if needed. Please take care and enjoy the show. 


Macbeth
by William Shakespeare
Texas State University

Tuesday-Sunday,
February 08 - February 13, 2022
Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre
601 University Drive
Texas State University
San Marcos, TX, 78666

 

Nick Dondero (photo by Lauren Jurgemeyer)TUESDAY, FEB 8 to SUNDAY, FEB 13, 2022

When:   

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8 at 7:30P 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 at 7:30P 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10 at 7:30P 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11 at 7:30P 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12 at 7:30P 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13 at 2:00P  

Cost:   

Public: $20 

TXST Student: $10 

Groups (10+): $13 

This is a RESERVED SEATING production.

Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre 

405 Moon Street, San Marcos, Texas 78666 

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PRICES:

Public: $20
TXST Student: $10
Groups (10+): $13
Prices include processing fee.

Prices are subject to change without notice.

Parking:  Special Event Parking for all fine arts events occurring is now available ionly n the Edward Gary Street Garage, 405 N. Edward Gary Street. The garage is located on the corner of University Drive and Edward Gary Street for a flat fee of $5 per event. Please Note: The garage attendant will only be accepting cash. Credit/debit card transactions will not be accepted for special event parking.  

If accommodations need to be made, please, contact the box office at least 48 hour before the performance date.

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