Macbeth Press

“Vociferous songbirds and croaking frogs accompanied productions of Macbeth when the Classic Theater San Antonio performed in the pavilion Oct. 2-11, said Kelly Roush, general and artistic director. The Classic Theatre then moved its famously dark Shakespeare play to the Lone Star Pavilion of the Espee, formerly Sunset Station, with two remaining performances today and tomorrow.” – San Antonio Report

“Broadway officials announced their shutdown will be extended again until May 30, 2021, on Friday. However, in the Alamo City, the Classic Theatre of San Antonio is one week into their production of William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” –KSAT 12

“The highly respected literary critic, Harold Bloom, wrote in his analysis of Shakespeare’s Macbeth that the relationship between Macbeth and his Lady Macbeth is “the best marriage in Shakespeare.” Though that may surprise a lot of theatergoers who seldom think of those two as a loving couple, actor John Stillwaggon who portrays Macbeth in the new Classic Theatre’s production of the play, agrees. He sees Macbeth as an insecure man, who despite being a national hero at the start of the play, does not believe in himself.” – Arts Alive San Antonio

“John & Carolyn are a theatre power couple here in San Antonio…Starting October 2, they can be seen in Classic Theatre’s production of Macbeth, which will be using very innovative techniques to bring the show to life. Here to tell us all about it is John & Carolyn.” – The Richard Wilmore Show

“San Antonio’s Classic Theatre will produce an entirely outdoor season with shows at the San Antonio Botanical Garden.” – Paper City

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