April 11-14: Macbeth

Steel yourself for Brave New Players’ presentation of Shakespeare’s cursed and spellbinding tragedy, “Macbeth”!

Come enjoy a haunted evening with witches, ghosts, dancing and sword fighting, if you dare! Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most well-known tragedies; a timeless chronicle of guilty minds and a nation rising up against a tyrant.

In order to be as inclusive as possible, all actors are considered for all parts, and once they’re cast, all actors pick the pronouns for their characters and explore their character’s gender expression in costuming.

Four exciting performances will be held at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, located at 1A North Road in Chelmsford.

Thursday, April 11th; Friday, April 12th; and Saturday, April 13th at 7:00 PM and Sunday, April 14th at 2:00 PM

Brave New Players is an educational Shakespearean theater program for homeschooled youth ages 10-18 in its inaugural year, operated by the non-profit LGBTQIA+ inclusive organization, Brave New Shakespeare, under the direction of Molly Booth. Visit us online at www.bravenewshakespeare.org and on Facebook @ bravenewshakespeare. 

There is always something new to discover through thoughtful and intentional exploration of Shakespeare’s works!

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