The Tragedy of Macbeth

The Living Room

1818 McGee St, Kansas City, MO 64108

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The Living Room presents a fiery, kinetic, and deeply impassioned three-person 90-minute retelling of Shakespeare's Macbeth! Adapted and Directed by Kyle Hatley

Runs Aug 9th to Sep 3rd

Wed Aug 9th @ 08:00 PM
Thu Aug 10th @ 08:00 PM
Fri Aug 11th @ 08:00 PM
Sat Aug 12th @ 07:30 PM
Sat Aug 12th @ 10:30 PM

Dates & time

Wed Aug 9th @ 08:00 PM
Thu Aug 10th @ 08:00 PM
Fri Aug 11th @ 08:00 PM
Sat Aug 12th @ 07:30 PM
Sat Aug 12th @ 10:30 PM
Sun Aug 13th @ 03:00 PM
Wed Aug 16th @ 08:00 PM
Thu Aug 17th @ 08:00 PM
Fri Aug 18th @ 08:00 PM
Sat Aug 19th @ 07:00 PM
Sun Aug 20th @ 03:00 PM
Wed Aug 23rd @ 08:00 PM
Thu Aug 24th @ 08:00 PM
Fri Aug 25th @ 08:00 PM
Sat Aug 26th @ 07:00 PM
Sun Aug 27th @ 03:00 PM
Mon Aug 28th @ 08:00 PM
Wed Aug 30th @ 08:00 PM
Thu Aug 31st @ 08:00 PM
Sat Sep 2nd @ 07:00 PM
Sun Sep 3rd @ 03:00 PM

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The Living Room

1818 McGee St
Kansas City, MO 64108

(816) 533-5857

Box Office Hours : Email reservations, buy online, or leave a message

Three players walk into a room. Each of them carries the things they need to tell their story. What happens next is their haunting take on an old story, an old cautionary tale, a rumor, a myth, a parable. It is a story they know well. One they are close to. One they must tell again today and will surely tell again tomorrow. Two of them play all the roles, while one of them scores the story live, but all three players must summon the courage to share their dark and terrifyingly close look into this couple’s marriage and the fear that compels them to commit the crimes they commit, independently, and together.

With no intermission, this adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth is lean, swift, athletic and as intimate as a whisper in your ear.

From the team behind Titus Andronicus, Carousel, The Death of Cupid and Master of the Universe.

The Tragedy of Macbeth 

By William Shakespeare 

Adapted and Directed by Kyle Hatley 

Original Music by Sean Hogge

Starring Kyle Hatley, Natalie Liccardello, & Sean Hogge

Preview Performances August 9th & 10th 

Opening Night August 11th 

Closing September 3rd 

Please note that showtimes vary:

Wednesday, 8/9 - 8:00pm (Preview)

Thursday, 8/10 - 8:00pm (Preview)

Friday, 8/11 - 8:00pm

Saturday, 8/12 - 7:00pm & 10:30pm

Sunday, 8/13 - 3:00pm

Wednesday, 8/16 - 8:00pm

Thursday, 8/17 - 8:00pm

Friday, 8/18 - 8:00pm

Saturday, 8/19 - 7:00pm

Sunday, 8/20 - 3:00pm

Wednesday, 8/23 - 8:00pm

Thursday, 8/24 - 8:00pm

Friday, 8/25 - 8:00pm

Saturday, 8/26 - 7:00pm

Sunday, 8/27 - 3:00pm

Monday, 8/28 - 8:00pm

Wednesday, 8/30 - 8:00pm

Thursday, 8/31 - 8:00pm

~No Show Friday 9/1~

Saturday, 9/2 - 7:00pm

Sunday, 9/3 - 3:00pm

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