STATEMENT FROM MARCUS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
All events that were scheduled between now and April 26th, 2020 have been canceled or postponed to a later date.
In accordance with statewide guidance regarding the COVID-19 virus the Marcus Center will be closed to the public through April 26th, 2020, including all Box Office walk-up windows, administrative offices, and the Morning Glory Gallery. We will continue to monitor the situation and extend the closure as needed.
All patrons holding tickets to Marcus Center events will be contacted directly via email regarding the status of any event that is being cancelled or postponed.
Additionally, The Marcus Center is working closely with our resident partners as they also announce cancellations or postponement of events scheduled to be at the Marcus Center in the near future. All patrons with questions or concerns around Milwaukee Symphony, First Stage, Milwaukee Ballet or Florentine Opera events should contact the organization directly.
We appreciate the leadership of our public officials and will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves to ensure the health and well-being of our audience, staff, cast and crew before anything else.
We look forward to welcoming patrons back into a clean and safe gathering space for our community to enjoy the shared experience of seeing stories unfold live on stage. Thank you for your patience and your continued support.
We are navigating an unprecedented situation in real time, and ask for your patience. Please reach out the the Marcus Center Box Office via email: email@example.com
ALL MACBETH PERFORMANCES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED
Verdi takes Shakespeare to an operatic level with one of the most complex relationships to ever haunt the stage. Consumed by the promise of political power, and propelled by his ambitious wife, Macbeth gets caught in a murderous web to claim the Scottish throne. But instead of great power, blind ambition leads only to madness and destruction.
This is grand opera at its best, with powerhouse roles and a big chorus.
Sung in Italian with English supertitles projected above the stage.