A perfect summer evening with Shakespeare in the park

Macduff (Corin Self), left, is enlightened by the Porter (Robert Hawkes) as to “what three things drink especially provokes” – much to the comic relief of the audience. Photo by Denny Wendell

Actors from the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival performed Shakespeare’s  “Macbeth” in the picturesque Cahoon Memorial Park in Bay Village on the evening of Aug. 5. The free outdoor theater event was one of the many performances the theater troupe has staged around the Greater Cleveland area this summer.

Bay Village residents were graced to have the talented actors perform here in a wonderful setting.

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Volume 9, Issue 17, Posted 11:09 AM, 08.15.2017