Theater is traditionally symbolized by a comedy mask, a tragedy mask, and a they-did-what?! mask. You won't believe your eyes with this GrouponLive deal.
- Admission to The Bay Colony Shakespeare Company’s Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, or Macbeth
- When: select dates, July 25–August 3
- Where: The Spire Center for Performing Arts
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $12 for one ticket to a matinee performance (up to $23 value)
- $15 for one ticket to an evening performance (up to $28 value)
- $20 for two tickets to a matinee performance (up to $46 value)
- $25 for two tickets to an evening performance (up to $56 value)
- For a timeless tragedy about revenge, madness, and ghostly fathers, set in the excess-loving 1980s, see Hamlet (July 26, August 1, or August 3)
- For a witty romance between a rakish bachelor and a sharp-tongued noblewoman—with a dose of marital intrigue thrown in for good measure—see Much Ado About Nothing (July 26, July 27, August 2, or August 3)
- For a bloody tale about the dangers of power, see Macbeth (July 25, July 27, or August 2)
The Bay Colony Shakespeare Company
Of all the roles he’s played through the years, founder and artistic director of The Bay Colony Shakespeare Company may be Neil McGarry’s most significant. The veteran actor—who has appeared as Brutus in the Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival’s Julius Caesar, Malcolm in North Shore Music Theatre’s Macbeth, and Benedick in Publick Theatre’s Much Ado About Nothing—now serves behind the stage as well as on it. He is joined by a board of talented producers, designers and actors, who bring a wealth of creative experience to seasons of classic plays by Shakespeare and other luminaries. But whether the artists present holiday favorites such as a A Christmas Carol or lesser known holiday favorites such as Macbeth, they always raise the curtain with one mission in mind: to engage the community with great storytelling.
“This was awesome! The actors are professional and well rehearsed. They stay true to the text, yet add their own flavor to Shakespeare. Highly recommended! ”
The Spire Center for Performing Arts
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