'Macbeth' to offer in-person Broadway rush tickets

Daniel Craig and Ruth Negga star.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

Something "tickets" this way comes! The latest revival of Macbeth, starring Daniel Craig and Ruth Negga, will offer in-person rush tickets for its Broadway run. Performances begin March 29 ahead of an April 28 opening, and the limited engagement runs through July 10 at the Longacre Theatre.

Rush tickets are $45 and will be available at the Longacre box office the day of each show. The box office opens at 10 a.m. each day except Sunday, when it opens at noon. Each person can request up to two rush tickets for that afternoon or evening's performance, and tickets are subject to availability. Rush seats may be partial view.

Shakespeare's classic tragedy begins when the titular Scottish noble receives a prophecy that he'll one day be king. Urged on by his ruthless wife, he goes to murderous lengths to claim the power he's been promised, but guilt quickly starts to ruin them both. Sam Gold, who directed the 2019 Glenda Jackson-led King Lear revival on Broadway, helms Macbeth.

Check back for information on Macbeth tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

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