Trash Macbeth: About

Lady Macbeth says, “What's done cannot be undone.” But can it be repurposed? Based on Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy, ERA's experimental production Trash Macbeth resuscitates meaning within a climate of destruction, reestablishes the societal norms of America’s most traditional era, and reframes the value of our revered Shakespeare, housewifery, and garbage.

 

Trash Macbeth is a full-length, theatrical production created by an ensemble of theatre artists with text from Shakespeare's Macbeth, Emily Post's Etiquette, the book of Revelations, Dr Benjamin Spock's Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care, and 1950's era advertisements.

 

We cordially invite you to the Macbeth’s residence for the dinner party of your life!

 

April 20-21, April 27-May1, May 4-7 | 8 p.m. | at the Chapel, 6238 Alexander Dr, St Louis, MO

 

Thursday, April 21 performance is part of Shakespeare Festival St Louis' Shake 38

Equally Represented Arts is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization.