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By William Shakespeare

Directed by Paul Mason Barnes

Co-Sponsored by Laurie Lucas

“Fair is foul, and foul is fair.”

Spurred by a prophecy from three witches that he will become king, the great warrior Macbeth and his wife hatch a plot to take the crown, starting with King Duncan. But as one obstacle is defeated, others pop up, testing the morality of the Macbeths as they must answer what lengths they will go to to get what they want. It turns out that while getting the crown may be accomplished, keeping it is a different story.

Back on the Great River main stage for the first time since Season 4, the savage world of the Bard’s great Scottish Play is once again brought to life this summer. A swift tale that unfolds in an unforgiving world, Macbeth tells a tale of madness, power, and ambition led by one of Shakespeare’s greatest power couples.

Who you should bring

A Game of Thrones fan looking to take their fandom to another level.

Come Early, Join the Conversation

Please join us outside the theater 30 minutes before each performance for a pre-show conversation with a member of the artistic team for Macbeth. Hear about themes of the play or secrets from the rehearsal room, and learn about some plot points that will place you right in the middle of the action from the second the houselights dim.
And join us on Thursday, August 1 for a short post-show discussion – a unique opportunity to engage with the cast and creative team about the performance you’ve just witnessed and the themes of the play.

PLEASE NOTE: There are haze and strobe effects used in this production.


Gracie Belt


Benjamin Boucvalt


Andrew Carlson


Anique Clements


Michael Fitzpatrick


Tarah Flanagan

Lady Macduff

Leah Gabriel

Lady Macbeth

Christopher Gerson


Alex Givens


Victoria Nassif


De’Onna Prince


Silas Sellnow


Daniel Stewart


William Sturdivant


Blake Henri


Jackson Mixon

Young Siward


Emma Bucknam

Gentlewoman/Macduff Child


Colin Cada



Lyda Carlson

Macduff Child


Anne Galke

Gentlewoman/Macduff Child


Oscar Heckman

Macduff Son


Sergio Heckman

Macduff Son


Artistic Staff

Director: Paul Mason Barnes

Scenic Design: R. Eric Stone

Lighting Design: Lonnie Rafael Alcaraz

Costume Design: Kyle Schellinger

Sound Design: Scott O’Brien

Text Coach: Bryan Hunt

Assistant Director: Ethan Graham Roeder
Properties Supervisor: Ivy Thomas
Assistant Costume Designer: John Merritt
Assistant Lighting Designer: Avery Reagan
Stage Manager: Rebekah Heusel
Assistant Stage Manager: Hannah Steele
Hair & Makeup Supervisor: Mary Capers
Charge Artist: Kaitlin Findley
Wardrobe Supervisor: Rane Oganowski
Production Manager: Joseph Millett
Fight Choreographer: Doug Scholz-Carlson
Intimacy Director: Tom Ringberg
Fight Captain: Blake Henri

Special Events & Offers

PWYW (Pay What You WILL) Previews:

Catch the final stages of the rehearsal process during our PWYW Previews! You can see the show before the opening of the season and pay whatever you are able for your ticket. These tickets are not available online – call the Box Office or stop by in person to reserve a seat to the PWYW Preview performance. Then make sure to tell your friends about what you saw and invite them back for the “real” thing!

Opening Night, June 29

Macbeth kicks off Season 16 with its opening performance on Saturday, June 29 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

$12 Tuesday

Every Tuesday during the season is a $12 Tuesday (excludes Callithump!). All regular tickets are only $12 no matter where you sit (student tickets $10). Make sure to get yours early – these sell out quickly! $12 Tuesday for Macbeth is July 23rd at 7:30 p.m.

Chill with Will (Thursday evenings)

Chill with Will: GRSF provides FREE tickets for students age 11 – 18 to a selected performance of each professional production. With programming tailored to students before the performance, and a Company Conversation after, GRSF is passionate about welcoming students to the theater. All students are encouraged  to reserve their free Chill with Will ticket through the Box Office in advance. Guardians wishing to accompany a student must purchase a ticket. Chill with Will tickets must be reserved over the phone or in person. Not available online.

Check back in Summer 2019 for Macbeth production photos.