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Beth - An original adaptation of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth"

Address 1133 S. Huron
, AL
Phone (720) 328-5294
Website http://www.betsystage.com/

The Betsy Stage presents

“Beth”

An original adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” by The Betsy Stage

Directed by Samantha McDermott

In the 1920’s an art scene, vibrant and alive, existed in Paris.

Our version of Macbeth is set here.

This is the story of a woman, a painter and her nightmare journey that starts as a model of innocence and descends into destruction and despair and darkness. If ambition is squashed and the center of one’s being must be disguised in order to achieve success what torture comes from this? And with this, the motivation for our Beth, we paint the bloody picture of her life and love.

The Betsy Stage presents “Beth” April 18 through May 24 at 1133 S. Huron St. Denver, CO 80223.  Performances are Fridays and Saturdays, Monday, May 4 and Thursday, May 24 at 8 p.m. All performances are FREE, donations are accepted.  Reservations are required by calling 720-328-5294 or by email: Beth@BetsyStage.com.

This all female cast brings the return of Patti Murtha, Michal Andrea Meyer, Amy Luna, Kaitlyn Althoff and Brooks Mullen. New to The Betsy Stage are Caroline Carr, Carolyn Demanelis, Veronika Nelson, Gina Walker and Chip Winn Wells.

The [innovative] Betsy Stage 2013 production of “Juliet & Romeo: The Panopticon” took place in an Orwellian environment under the watchful eye of panopticon cameras that followed citizens’ every movement, even tracking cell phone usage. In November 2013, The Betsy Stage adapted Shakespeare’s “King Lear” and set it in the Old West. The owner of The Scarlet Slipper Saloon, put his three favorite “working girls” to the test as he divided his kingdom in “The Travesty of Lear.”

Co-Founder Samantha McDermott said, “We have three more Shakespearian adaptations after “Beth.” At which point we plan to branch out into other Elizabethan authors like Ben Jonson and Christopher Marlowe. We started with Shakespeare since people are most familiar with his work.”

Additional Details

Category:
Performing Arts

Date:
04/18/2014 - 05/24/2014

Time:
08:00 PM - 10:30 PM