Previews for Macbeth at Broadway's Longacre Theatre begin March 29, along with the production's rush policy. A limited number of $45 tickets will be available before each performance starting with its first preview.
Tickets will be first come, first served to in-person patrons purchasing the tickets at the box office, on the day of performance only. The box office opens at 10 AM Monday through Saturday, and at 12 PM Sunday. Rush tickets are limited to two tickets per person, and seats may be partial view.
Starring Daniel Craig as Macbeth opposite Ruth Negga as the relentless Lady Macbeth in the Shakespeare tragedy filled with ambition and murder, Macbeth is directed by Sam Gold. Gold has previously worked with Craig on New York Theatre Workshop's Othello with David Oyelowo in the title role.
The cast also features Phillip James Brannon, Grantham Coleman, Asia Kate Dillon, Maria Dizzia, Amber Gray, Emeka Guindo, Paul Lazar, Bobbi MacKenzie, Michael Patrick Thornton, and Danny Wolohan. Che Ayende, Eboni Flowers, and Peter Smith complete the ensemble and Stevie Ray Dallimore is the standby for Macbeth.
In addition to the rush policy, the show is running the previously announced Macbeth 2022: Ticket Initiative which will provide a minimum of 2,022 fully-funded tickets to high school and college students for free. The program will also provide further educational opportunities and content for students, echoing similar projects from Broadway's The Music Man and The Broadway League.
For tickets and more information, visit MacbethBroadway.com.