Something wicked this way comes.


Presented by State Theatre Company

By William Shakespeare

Macbeth. The perfect embodiment of ego and ambition? Or a grief stricken soldier trying to fill a hole in his heart that has no end? Lady Macbeth. The mistress of manipulation and power behind or throne? Or a shattered not-quite mother, fractured from the world around her? This extraordinary tale charts the brutal rise and fall of one of the theatre’s most complex couples as we follow them on their increasingly merciless path towards the crown.

Shakespeare’s grand tragedy will be jump-started by the State Theatre Company Ensemble, with Nathan O’Keefe (Things I Know To Be True, Betrayal) and Anna Steen (The Importance of Being Earnest, The 39 Steps) as the conjoined, madly beating hearts around which a vengeance-soaked world spins.

It will be breathless. It will be bloody. It will be bold.

Director Geordie Brookman
Designer Victoria Lamb
Lighting Designer Geoff Cobham 

With the State Theatre Company Ensemble Rachel Burke, Miranda Daughtry, Rashidi Edward, Dale March, Nathan O’Keefe and Anna Steen.

Guest Artists Elena Carapetis and Chris Pitman.

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13 Sep 2017


11:00am: 13 Sep






Preview Adult from $61.00

Preview Concession from $51.00

Under 30s from $33.00

Morning Melodies $39.00

A one off service and handling fee of $8.95 applies per transaction; this is regardless of the number or value of items purchased.

Group Bookings (10+ tickets)

Please call BASS: 08 8205 2220 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)


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