Copyright Sandy Butler

“By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.” Andy Cannon is one of Scotland’s finest storytellers for children. With a few simple props, he takes on multiple roles to recount Shakespeare’s Scottish Play in this riveting one-man show. Using contemporary language and easy-going humor that tempers the play’s more gruesome events, Cannon takes audience members young and old on a thousand-year journey from fact to fiction and back again. It is “a tale of sound and fury, signifying first-class theatre for everyone” (Herald, U.K.)

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Venue and Accessibility

165 West 65th Street
  • Wheelchair-accessible seating
    Wheelchair-accessible seating
  • Assistive listening devices
    Assistive listening devices

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375.

For ticketing information and general questions, please call 212.721.6500.

Is this a Dagger? The Story of Macbeth

Andy Cannon | Red Bridge Arts

Scotland

October 27–28, 2018 Clark Studio Theater

Ages

8+

U.S. premiere

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Relaxed Performances

This show features one or more relaxed performances adapted for neurodiverse audiences, including children with autism or other disabilities. There are no restrictions around noise or movement, audience members are welcome to leave and re-enter the theater, and adjustments are made to these productions to reduce sensory stimuli. Visit Kids.LincolnCenter.org/RP for more information and a full listing of this season’s relaxed performances.

Performance Details

  • This show features one or more relaxed performances adapted for neurodiverse audiences.
    This show features one or more relaxed performances adapted for neurodiverse audiences.

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