Voodoo Macbeth

  • Festival Pass

    $75

  • Weekend Pass

    $50

  • Day Pass

    $25

  • Single Showing

    $10

Full Festival + Online Pass Access to every in-person showing and access to the online festival
$100 x
Full Festival Pass Access to every in-person showing
$75 x
Weekend 1 Pass - Three Brothers Waukegan Access to all showings at Three Brothers Waukegan during Weekend 1 including Voodoo Macbeth (Nov 6 at 09:45 pm - Three Brothers Theatre - Waukegan)
$50 x
Weekend 1 Pass - CLC Grayslake Access to all showings at CLC Grayslake during Weekend 1 including Voodoo Macbeth (Nov 7 at 08:25 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room T331)
$50 x
Weekend 2 Pass - CLC Grayslake Access to all showings at CLC Grayslake during Weekend 2 including Voodoo Macbeth (Nov 13 at 12:00 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room C105)
$50 x
Day Pass Nov 6 - Three Brothers Waukegan Access to all showings on Nov 6 at Three Brothers Waukegan including Voodoo Macbeth (Nov 6 at 09:45 pm - Three Brothers Theatre - Waukegan)
$25 x
Day Pass Nov 7 - CLC Grayslake Access to all showings on Nov 7 at CLC Grayslake including Voodoo Macbeth (Nov 7 at 08:25 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room T331)
$25 x
Day Pass Nov 13 - CLC Grayslake Access to all showings on Nov 13 at CLC Grayslake including Voodoo Macbeth (Nov 13 at 12:00 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room C105)
$25 x
Voodoo Macbeth :: Nov 6 - Three Brothers Waukegan Voodoo Macbeth at Three Brothers Waukegan on Nov 6 (Nov 6 at 09:45 pm - Three Brothers Theatre - Waukegan)
$10 x
Voodoo Macbeth :: Nov 7 - CLC Grayslake Voodoo Macbeth at CLC Grayslake on Nov 7 (Nov 7 at 08:25 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room T331)
$10 x
Voodoo Macbeth :: Nov 13 - CLC Grayslake Voodoo Macbeth at CLC Grayslake on Nov 13 (Nov 13 at 12:00 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room C105)
$10 x

Feature

United States, 108 Minutes
Directors Agazi Desta, Dagmawi Abebe, Victor Alonso-Berbel, Roy Arwas, Hannah Bang, Christopher Beaton, Tiffany Kontoyiannis, Zoe Salnave, Ernesto Sandoval, Sabina Vajraca
Producers Ivy Xiao, Miles Alva, Jason Phillips
Executive Producers Tracy 'Twinkie' Byrd, Jenna Cavelle
Cinematographer Bash Achkar
Composer Jongnic Bontemps
Cast Jewell Wilson Bridges, Inger Tudor, June Schreiner, Jeremy Tardy, Daniel Kuhlman, Wrekless Watson, Ashli Haynes, Gary McDonald, Hunter Bodine

1936 Harlem is a neighborhood battered by economic strife and hardship. With FDR’s New Deal providing funding for the Federal Theatre Project’s Negro Unit, director Rose McClendon convinces co-director John Houseman to help her bring Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” to the Harlem community at the Lafayette Theater — with an all-Black cast. They choose for their groundbreaking production a gifted but untested 21-year-old director by the name of Orson Welles, whose reimagined Haitian vision for the Scottish play is as daring and fresh as the cast and crew themselves.

Festivals & Awards

Sedona International Film Festival
Cleveland International Film Festival
Pan African Film Festival
Harlem International Film Festival