Macbeth Presented by DAPA Shakespeare Camp
The Dakota Academy of Performing Arts (DAPA) at the Washington Pavilion and the Augustana University Theatre Department will present "Macbeth" at 7 p.m. Friday, June 14, and 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, June 15, at Augustana University.
Students ages 14-18 will audition for a part in the show and spend two weeks learning from and working alongside DAPA's professional directing team to explore the beautiful language and complex characters presented by William Shakespeare. Students in this year’s Shakespeare Camp will perform an abbreviated version of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to get to know the Bard!
The Dakota Academy of Performing Arts (DAPA) at the Washington Pavilion is a program designed to inspire young theatre and music students in the Sioux Falls area to practice perfect, play hard and perform better than they ever thought they could. DAPA is designed for students who desire a creative, challenging atmosphere with direct instruction and ensemble learning. With a team of accomplished musicians and theatre professionals mentoring and teaching for DAPA, students are motivated to perform with passion, dedication and excellence. Students prepare to give professional-level music and theatre performances in the community throughout the year.
Prophecy and witches – royalty and slaughter. Shakespeare’s Scottish play is a haunting tale of one man’s murderous ambition to become king.