Tue May 1, 2018 7:00pm

Valley Shakespeare Festival presents “Macbeth”

Sponsored by: Valley Shakespeare Festival

VALLEY SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL is excited to announce that its annual spring tour, VSF2U, will begin the first week of May with its production of Shakespeare’s tragic Scottish tale of ambition and regicide, “Macbeth.” It will commence on Tuesday, May 1st at Caloroso Eatery and Bar in Shelton and continue on to the Southbury Library on Friday, May 4 and Shelton’s Plumb Library on Saturday, May 5th.

With only five actors playing all the roles, Executive Director Tom Simonetti’s adaptation promises to be swift and intense.  Fans of VSF past productions will recognize some of their favorite performers returning for this presentation: Jeremy Funke in the title role, Jessica Breda as his deeply troubled Lady Macbeth, as well as Kristen Kingsley and Mitchel Kawash.  They will be joined by newcomer Stephen Saxton to round out the ensemble. The five actors will take on multiple roles making this already haunting story even more challenging.

Reservations for the May 1st performance at Caloroso Eatery and Bar can be made at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3378178.  Please contact Southbury Library and Plumb Memorial Library respectively for reservations for their performances.

VALLEY SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL is a 501(c)(3)nonprofit professional theater company dedicated to bringing free and low cost theater to the communities of the lower Naugatuck Valley

Admission: $5.00
Caloroso Eatery and Bar
100 Center Street
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