Richland will be closed on Fridays during the summer semester.
Directed by Michelle Stephens.
Written around 1605, Macbeth is the tragic tale toat follows the struggle between virtue and power, honor and ambition. After receiving a prophesy from three witches that he was destined to become king, Macbeth must decide if he will wait and follow the natural order of the universe or turn the tale to his advantage and twist the hand of fate, regardless of the consequences.
Macbeth will be playing in Shilling Auditorium 14 and 31 at 3 p.m.
Richland Theatre, in an agreement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., presented Fully Committed, written by Becky Mode and directed by Michelle Stephens.
Show dates were August 27, 28, September 3, and 4 at 7:30 p.m. and August 29 and September 5 at 3 p.m. in Shilling Auditorium. General admission tickets were $10, and student/senior tickets were $7. Baccalaureate
Written and produced in 1975, Shange’s epic choreopoem, laced with music and dance, follows seven African American women through journeys into their past, the hurts and the triumphs, and in the end come together in an inspiring, soaring, and electrifying performance that changed the way we looked at women on stage, and their stories. Contains adult language.