William Shakespeare's Macbeth from Ethos Theatre
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The last date listed for Shakespeare's Macbeth was Sunday July 3, 2005 / 8:00pm.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Ethos Theatre CompanyEthos Theatre Company believes that theatre was born as a vivid reflection of its community. It was used to pass on tradition, embrace spirituality, teach morality, and unite men under one experience that moved beyond social status.
Live theatre has unfortunately become financially, artistically, and culturally inaccessible for many. ETC is out to change all of that! Their first step was an immensely successful inaugural production of Antony and Cleopatra on the world famous Santa Monica Pier. While the actors were incredible, the most moving moment was seeing a man, who didn't have a bed to sleep on, be moved to tears by the plight of Cleopatra, great pharaoh queen of the Egyptians. Theatre is the quintessential expression of the human experience.