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“What’s done is done,” says Lady Macbeth in Shakespeare’s classic. But when it’s produced by the GreenHouse Theatre Project, a performance that has been played for centuries might premier as something totally new on Thursday night.
Think of it as today’s Rat Pack. You know, suits and secrets?
A trailer for the upcoming production hints at a sultry look into age-old story of dangerous ambition, deceit and murder. If you need more proof of the group’s efforts to modify the story, get this: there’s a jazz band involved. That certainly wasn’t written in the script. Shakespeare’s original cast also didn’t perform in a yoga studio, but it’s all part of GreenHouse Theatre Project’s plan for community-wide collaboration. The group has no space to call its own, and that’s the point – they change locations to unify Columbia businesses, theater communities and audience members. For Macbeth, the gathering point is Yoga Sol, at 210B on Saint James St. in Columbia.
The action unfolds this Thursday through Sunday, with doors opening at 7:30 pm and the performances starting at 8 pm. Tickets are available online or at the door for $10. Suits are optional, unless you’re in the real Rat Pack.
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