Jeff Smith 4 p.m., Oct. 11
Intrepid Shakespeare Company's opening, to quote the play, was a "rough night." Performances varied greatly. A few - Francis Gercke's Banquo; Jim Chovick's excellent Porter/Seyton -- were assured from the start. As Lady Macbeth, Sandy Campbell found an Ophelia-like frailty in the end, a wonderful choice, though Campbell was less convincing as the un-sexed "fiend." Sean Cox played Macbeth mostly from the neck up. But Macbeth is, first and foremost, a warrior. His feelings rise from his feet. The Three Witches -- Savvy Scopelleti, Tiffany Tang, Erin Peterson -- were a treat. Thanks to uncredited choreography, they remained strange and otherworldly throughout. The opening night performance had a "give it a week" feel.
- Cost: $25 - $35 | Buy tickets
When: Ongoing until Sunday, February 16, 2014
- Sundays, 2pm & 7pm
- Wednesdays, 7:30pm
- Thursdays, 8pm
- Saturdays, 4pm & 8pm