Shakespeare’s Macbeth: witches, murder, and horror


Free! Enjoy some spooky season fun with The Bard of Avon! Written for the Scottish king, James I, who had a horrible and paranoid obsession and aversion to witches and witchcraft, this short action-packed play is famous for its supernatural horror, its uncanny and terrifying “black and midnight hags,” its brilliant electric poetry, and its astute psychological portrait of personalities inflamed by ambition and ruthlessness.

Note: any edition of Macbeth will work.

2 sessions. Mondays. 4:00-5:30 p.m. October 19 – 26.

Class fee: $0 (Even though this class is free, sign up through this process, no credit card info will be collected.)

  • Online payment is strongly preferred. It automatically notifies the instructor and the director of the Irish College of your registration.
  • By check, make it out to ‘Celtic Junction Arts Center’ and mail to Irish College, Celtic Junction Arts Center, 836 Prior Ave N, St. Paul, MN 55104.  If you pay by check, please send an email to the instructor, Dr. Patrick O’Donnell at education@celticjunction.orgWithout an email, we won’t know to expect you or how to communicate with you. 

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