Fleetwood Macbeth: Shakespeare Meets Classic Rock
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The last date listed for Fleetwood Macbeth was Sunday July 17, 2011 / 2:00pm.
The weather was cool. I wore jeans and flip-flops.Late Nite Catechism Las Vegas: Sister Rolls the Dice dress • Nov 17 2014 star this tip starred
I wore People tend to dress a little nicer at the La Mirada Civic Light Opera. I would call it dressy-casual..Late Nite Catechism Las Vegas: Sister Rolls the Dice dress • Nov 11 2014 star this tip starred
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Not quite the 'Macbeth' I grew up performing but great fun! Thought the actors did a terrific job and we thoroughly enjoyed the show. The political satire was cleverly worked in and very current. These actors can sing, dance and act and band...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“A triumph of supreme silliness.” —Los Angeles Times
“…one of the 21st century’s funniest comic troupes.” —OC Weekly
Check out the Troubies’ official website.
The award-winning Troubadour Theater Company is a free-wheeling, no-holds-barred, Commedia Del Arte-flavored, slapstick-driven Los Angeles-based ensemble of actors, musicians, and comedians. Their fast-paced, laugh-filled, loose adaptations of classic plays make for a unique and exciting experience for theatergoers of any age.
The “Troubies” have combined the beauty of Shakespeare’s language with feats of acrobatic physicality, comic routines, and musical numbers. What makes for even more fun is the clownish, interactive style in which the performances are presented. In recent years the Troubies have put their spin on all genres of classic tales, such as A Midsummer Saturday Night’s Fever Dream, Romeo Hall and Juliet Oates and Frosty the Snow Manilow.
Troubadour Theater Company’s Fleetwood Macbeth is a classic Troubie mash-up of the Bard’s Macbeth and the rocking sound of Fleetwood Mac! Watch with shock and awe as Macbeth wages war against forces natural, supernatural and spousal. Will he heed the witches who say, “You Can Go Your Own Way” or will he break “The Chain?” Will Lady Macbeth become his “Gold Dust Woman” or will she succumb to her “Dreams?” See Birnam Wood come to Dunsinane in a “Landslide” and “Don’t Stop Thinking about Tomorrow” as the Troubies bring Shakespeare back to summer!