PHOTO: The famous witches in Macbeth (Stone Church Players October production-Left to Right: Annie Licata, Megan Regan Mascio, Jill Zaitchick, Laura-Beth Wonsala
NAVESINK, NJ – The Stone Church Players of All Saints’ Memorial Church in Navesink, New Jersey, will perform an updated version of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, this coming October, with Friday and Saturday evening performances at 8 p.m. on October 3, 4, 10 and 11, and Sunday Matinees on October 5 and 12 at 3 p.m. A sterling cast includes Ian Moore as Macbeth, Laura Casey in the role of the notorious Lady Macbeth, along with the mysterious witches as played by Jill Zaitchick, Annie Licata, Laura-Beth Wonsala, and featuring Megan Regan Mascio in a dual role.
PHOTO: Laura Casey as Lady Macbeth, Ian Moore as Macbeth
Co-directors Michael McClellan and C.J. Nolan have adapted this timeless tale of human greed and hubris bringing it into modern focus by setting the action straight out of current news headlines detailing corporate bonuses and takeovers, stock manipulations and fraud. As CJ Nolan puts it, “what better place to set a story of greed and lust for power than on Wall Street where ethics and morality give way to profits and capital?”
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Reservations can be made by calling the Stone Church Players at 732-226-6131, or by emailing them at www.stonechurchplayers.org. Admission prices are $10 for youth under thirteen; $15 for seniors over 62 and students; and $20 for adults. Stone Church Player productions are held in the sanctuary of All Saints’ Memorial Church, 202 Navesink Avenue, Navesink, N.J. 07752.
All Saints’ Memorial Church, a National Historic Landmark church consecrated in 1864 by noted architect Richard Upjohn of New York City, is celebrating its 150th anniversary and enjoys a highly-regarded reputation for hosting a variety of musical and artistic presentations in support of the arts. We welcome visitors to come and enjoy the beauty of our campus and to attend Sunday services.