The Queens Players presents


by William Shakespeare
directed by Alberto Bonilla

Opens July 11th

July 11th – July 27th, Thursday through Saturday @ 8pm

Sunday, 7/14 & 7/21 @ 7pm

Tickets $18

“By the pricking of my thumb…Something wicked this way comes!”

After critically acclaimed productions this season of Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, and Euripides’ The Bacchae, the Queens Players returns to the Secret Theatre main stage with a bloody and soul haunting retelling of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

Director Alberto Bonilla’s (director of our smash hit productions of Twelfth Night, The Three Sisters, and Servant of Two Masters) vision for this Druidic world of myth, magic, and warriors takes audiences through a whirlwind exploration of the dark, Celtic, and supernatural forces that cut right to the raw heart of Shakespeare’s classic tale. Witness the noble corrupted into the bestial, ambition convert to guilt-ridden madness, and heroes rise from the ashes of despair. All the while the powers of what was, what is, and what will be rule over all and we learn that no man is more powerful than fate.  
Featuring: Alexander Stine, Annie Grier, Darby Hannon, Elizabeth Inghram*, Jim Anderson, Joel Dommel, John Cormier, John Zdrojeski, Jonathan Emerson, Juliette Biry, Kate Gunther, Marc LeVasseur*, Marcela de Luna, Melissa Macleod Herion, Peter Collier, R. Alex Murray, Rachel Cornish*, Sean Hoagland & Hannah Beck*

Director: Alberto Bonilla                                                     
Stage Manager: Jasmin Sanchez
Produced By Richard Mazda for The Queens Players
Producer: Jonathan Emerson and Alberto Bonilla          
Fight Choreographer: Alberto Bonilla
Assistant Director: Bloo Rodriguez                                  
Makeup Designer: Emily Lambert
Lighting: Jesse Sheldon
Scenic Painter/Designer: Asako Memoto                           
Original Music by Will Stackpole

*These actors appear courtesy of the Actor’s Equity Association.
is an approved Actor’s Equity Performance


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E, M, G or 7 train to Courthouse SQ/23rd St.