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PENTACLE THEATRE

2 for 1 tickets to Oregon Trail card holders (See Below)

Opens October 3rd!

macbethMacbeth - by William Shakespeare

Directed by Jeff Sanders

October 3 – 25, 2014

“A drum, a drum –  Macbeth doth come.”

On a blasted heath a great warrior is confronted by three witches whose “supernatural soliciting’s” offer him the hope of royal greatness to come.  When his enkindled desire meets with the steely will of his beloved wife they determine to take the first terrible and irretrievable step on a bloody path of madness, terror, and revenge.  Join us this October as we present Shakespeare’s nightmare phantasmagoria Macbeth, where “blood will have blood”and “nothing is but what is not”.  Perhaps the perfect time of year to ask what is more terrifying – the ‘real’ world, both natural and “un” or the “horrible imaginings” of a master butcher and his dear wife?

“By the pricking of my thumbs- Something wicked this way comes…”

324 52 Ave. NW (Salem-Dallas Hwy.)
Salem, OR 97304
503-364-7200

Tickets must be purchased on the day of the show.  Patrons must show their valid Oregon Trail Card at the box office at the theatre (324 52nd Ave Salem, OR  97304).  This offer cannot be redeemed at the downtown ticket office.  This offer is based on single ticket rates and cannot be combined with any other discount offer.   Tickets are first come, first served, based on availability.  There is a limit of 3 sets or 6 tickets per card.  This is good for all shows at all regularly scheduled performances.

http://pentacletheatre.org/

 

The people of “Salem For All!” believe that a lack of financial resources should not impede individuals and families in Salem from having fulfilling lives. We and our partners work to provide opportunities at low or no cost so that “All!” of the residents of our community can have a chance to participate in experiences that bring meaning to their lives.