‘Macbeth’ moved to next summer

Something wicked this way comes … eventually.

“MacBeth,” the latest offering in Bainbridge Performing Arts’ annual “The Bard at Bloedel” series, originally slated to run from July 9 through July 26, has been rescheduled for next summer.

Prophecies, ambition, murder, and mayhem will abound next summer in William Shakespeare’s spellbinding psychological thriller, performed in the beguiling meadow at The Bloedel Reserve.

The cast was set to include Ted Dowling, Deena Ingley, Kendra Truett, Kylie Soder, Emma Shafer, Victoria Brown, Gary Fetterplace, Hadassah Nelson, Steve Nagle, Kristi Ann Jacobson and Henrik Zapf, among others, and be directed by Pete Benson.

Exact dates have yet to be announced.

Visit www.bainbridgeperformingarts.org to learn more.

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