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10 Star Starred
Ethel Barrymore Theatre
Between Broadway and 8th 243 West 47th Street New York, NY 10036
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Roz
10 events
4 reviews
1 stars
If you haven't dined at Dafni's Greek Tavern in the heart of the theater district, you are missing out. Make reservations since it has become very popular - understandably - as it is one of the best Greek restaurants in Manhattan.
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18 events
15 reviews
7 stars
We went to Trattoria Trecolore across the street for dinner. Don had the black squid ink fresh pasta with seafood, delicious. My veal Sorrentino was very good too.
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"Macbeth"
90 ratings
4.6 average rating
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Gotoney Red Velvet
37 events
18 reviews
29 stars
attended Jul 07 2013

Alan was great

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37 events
13 reviews
19 stars
attended Apr 18 2013

An absolutely AMAZING night at the theater. Do not miss this.

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28 events
13 reviews
2 stars
attended Apr 20 2013

JUST AN AMAZING SHOW!! ALAN CUMMINGS WAS EVERY BIT AS GOOD AS ADVERTISED. WE HAD GOOD SEATS IN REAR MEZZ; BUT, WE FELT THAT THIS SHOW NEEDED TO BE SEEN FROM THE 1ST FEW ROWS OF THE MEZZ OR DECENT ORCHESTRA SEATS.

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Website

http://www.macbethonbroadway.com/

Quotes & Highlights

“What a tour-de-force performance it is … really hits the damned spot.” —Entertainment Weekly
“What Cumming is doing at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre is delivering a tour-de-force that redefines the term.” -Associated Press
“it produced, in me at least, the thump of dread you want in Macbeth and seldom get … Every element of the design - set, sound, costume, video, lighting — is ideally tailored to the concept … [Cumming’s] voice for verse, with those big Scots vowels, is outstanding. He’s tireless and brave in enacting a difficult story." —Vulture
“All will appreciate the stirring turn by Cumming packing theatrical thunder and lightning. Fitting for the asylum setting of this “Macbeth,” Cumming is fully committed.” —New York Daily News
“It’s an audacious interpretation, not simply in the enormity of the task (Cumming is center of attention for the best part of two hours), but in the way it internalizes the wide-ranging political drama of the original and turns it into a distressing vision of mental disorder.” —Variety

Description

_This production includes nudity and violent subject matter that may be inappropriate for younger audiences. The show is recommended for those ages 14 or older.

Photo by Albert Watson

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