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Macbeth - Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival

Macbeth - Griffith Park Free Shakespeare FestivalPack up your picnic basket, shake out your blanket and grab your friends & family by the hand. The Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival returns for an ENTIRE summer of free theater under the stars! Join us for the comedy Knight of the Burning Pestle and for the eerie world of Macbeth. The Festival is 10 weeks of your best summer nights!

Macbeth
by William Shakespeare
August 6 - September 4

Something unexpected is lurking behind you in this production of Shakespeare’s most seductive tragedy.

As night falls, you’ll be transported to an eerie world where characters appear from behind trees, magic is happening in the woods, and nothing is but what is not.

Presenter / Producer: Independent Shakespeare Co.

Listed Categories
Theater > Drama


Event Phone: 818-710-6306

Venue
The Dell at the top of the Old Zoo, Griffith Park
Near the intersection of Crystal Springs Dr. & Griffith Park Dr
Los Angeles CA 90027

Regions:
LA - Central / Downtown


Performance Dates: 8/6/2022 - 9/4/2022
Saturday, 08/06/2022
Sunday, 08/07/2022
Wednesday, 08/10/2022
Thursday, 08/11/2022
Friday, 08/12/2022
Saturday, 08/13/2022
Sunday, 08/14/2022
Wednesday, 08/17/2022
Thursday, 08/18/2022
Friday, 08/19/2022
Saturday, 08/20/2022
Sunday, 08/21/2022
Wednesday, 08/24/2022
Thursday, 08/25/2022
Friday, 08/26/2022
Saturday, 08/27/2022
Sunday, 08/28/2022
Wednesday, 08/31/2022
Thursday, 09/01/2022
Friday, 09/02/2022
Saturday, 09/03/2022
Sunday, 09/04/2022

Performance Times
7pm
Wednesday - Sunday


Ticket Information( FREE EVENT! ):
Performances are free but registration is required (due to limited seating space).

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