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Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan 2021 Features Macbeth

Published on August 8, 2021

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The Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan 2021 Festival, presented by Nutrien, makes a triumphant return to the banks of this beautiful river running through Saskatoon.

Ambition and blood – so much blood. Macbeth’s wants and desires for power are fueled by the deadly determination of Lady Macbeth and the prophecies of three strange women. Dark, stylized and with blinding intensity, come experience the “Scottish Play” as you never have before – a magical, highly theatrical performance with five of Saskatchewan’s finest actors. This will be a memorable return to the stage for Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan – a return to live performance that takes the Bard’s deadliest tragedy to a wholly unexpected level. Featuring Joshua Beaudry and Kristi Friday in the lead roles.

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival Runs July 23 – August 29

To purchase your tickets online, click HERE or the ‘Get Tickets’ button above! Tickets are also available by calling the Box Office at (306) 652-9100, or visit the Box Office in person at our festival site!

ASL seating is available for  August 14 at 7:30 p.m. and August 15 at 1:00 p.m. 

Run time is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.

To view a seating map, ticket prices, and box office information, click HERE!

“To mask or not to mask?” Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan 2021 requires the use of face masks by all patrons, staff, and volunteers while in the amphitheatre.

A Little Background on William Shakespeare

Born in 1564, William Shakespeare was an English playwright, poet, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s greatest dramatist. His works include plays, sonnets and narrative poems, and they continue to be studied to this day. His plays continue to be performed around the world, and Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan 2021 in Saskatoon once again celebrates this famous bard at this annual festival.


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