Northwest Classical Theatre Company

Richard III

Directed by Barry Kyle

September 20 - October 13, 2013

From his first line to his last, Richard openly shares his malicious schemes to assail, attain and ultimately defend his crown. Representing villainy at its most refined, Shakespeare brings a cold, calculating logic to a world in which loyalty is rewarded with spite, and murder becomes commonplace. As both the actor and stage manager in his story, Richard III is the Shakespearean king we love to hate.

TICKETS: $25 for Adults, $22 for Students/Seniors

The Lion in Winter

By James Goldman

December 5, 2013 - January 6, 2014

It’s Christmas and the royal family is gathering—each determined to win the game for the English throne. Before the curtain falls the king will resign, then reclaim his crown. Princes will play their parents against each other, and alliances will form and reform with head-spinning speed. James Goldman's award-winning play is given a modern spin that crackles with humor and sparkling repartee.

TICKETS: $22 for Adults, $20 for Students/Seniors

King Lear

By William Shakespeare

February 28 - March 30, 2014

A rash decision by an aging king spins the plot of King Lear into an uncontrollable spiral towards a grand, tragic end. Within minutes, the kingdom is divided between two unappreciative sisters, a wise advisor is shunned and two families set forth on a path of utter destruction. King Lear is a play about what it means to get older but not wiser.

TICKETS: $22 for Adults, $20 for Students/Seniors


By William Shakespeare

May 23 - June 22, 2014

The last of Shakespeare’s four great tragedies, Macbeth is a play in charcoal, with splotches of red providing the only color. An exploration of unbridled ambition, Shakespeare presents us with a complex protagonist, propelled by the woman he loves to destroy anyone standing between him and the throne.

TICKETS: $22 for Adults, $20 for Students/Seniors

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