Bring Your Students To See Pawâkan Macbeth!
Reneltta Arluk’s innovative adaptation of Macbeth is set in Plains Cree territory among the plagues, fights and famines of the 1870’s. Pawâkan Macbeth transforms Shakespeare’s darkest play using Cree cosmology. This includes the Witiko, a terrifying spirit that consumes a human being’s existence. The more this spirit eats, the hungrier it gets. Arluk worked with Cree speakers and elders to develop the play’s Cree language elements and protocols. The play combines Shakespeare’s language, modern English, and Cree-infused poetry and prose.
This is thrilling and visually stunning production features 11 Cree-heritage actors from across Canada.
Your students can be among the first audiences to see a phenomenal and important theatrical work, at a significantly discounted ticket price.
School matinée performances for students:
Tickets are $14/student or teacher.
Consider bringing your class to an evening show, student group rates are available.
Tues, Nov 21, 12:30 pm: SOLD OUT
Wed, Nov 22, 12:30pm: SOLD OUT
Thur, Nov 23, 12:30pm: SOLD OUT
Fri, Nov 24, 12:30pm: SOLD OUT
Public performances – evenings and weekend:
Student groups of 10 or more are welcome at these performances for a discounted price of $14 each. (General Admission for the public is $25 plus applicable taxes and fees)
Thur, Nov 23, 7:30pm
Fri, Nov 24, 7:30pm
Sat, Nov 25, 7:30pm
Sun, Nov 26, matinee at 2:00pm
Westbury Theatre, Fringe Theatre Adventures
ATB Financial Arts Barns building
10330 84 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB
School Matinées are at 12:30 pm each day. The run time is estimated to be between 90 and 110 minutes: we will update this as we receive information from the artists rehearsing this premiere production.