Mack, Beth

Presented by The Keegan Theatre

Opens 2017-01-21
Closes 2017-02-11

Keegan Theatre

1742 Church Street NW
 Washington, DC 20036
2 hours, 10 minutes with 1 intermission
$35 - $45

Sat, Jan 21 at 8pm
Sun, Jan 22 at 3pm
Tues, Jan 24 at 8pm
Thurs, Jan 26 at 8pm
Fri, Jan 27 at 8pm
Sat, Jan 28 at 8pm
Sun, Jan 29 at 3pm
Mon, Jan 30 at 8pm
Thurs, Feb 2 at 8pm
Fri, Feb 3 at 8pm
Sat, Feb 4 at 8pm
Sun, Feb 5 at 3pm
Wed, Feb 8 at 8pm
Thurs, Feb 9 at 8pm
Fri, Feb 10 at 8pm
Sat, Feb 11 at 8pm

Box Office:  (202) 265-3767
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Mack, Beth
by Chris Stezin
directed by Matt Ripa

Shakespeare’s Macbeth is all the more shocking because the murderous protagonist isn’t a robot from outer space or someone altogether unrelatable — he’s an ordinary person with an extraordinary desire for power. Now the Bard’s greatest tragedy hits even closer to home in Mack, Beth, a thoroughly modern retelling of the classic tale of temptation, ambition and betrayal. A world premiere from two-time Helen Hayes-nominated playwright Chris Stezin, Mack, Beth takes the phrase “power couple” to a whole new level. Experience all the intrigue of the original while reveling in updates for the digital age when Mack, Beth comes to the Keegan Theatre in Washington, D.C.

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