The spring revival of “Macbeth,” starring Daniel Craig and Ruth Negga, will now play the Longacre Theatre.
The production had previously been announced to play the Lyceum Theatre starting March 29, 2022. “Macbeth” will instead move into the slightly larger Longacre Theatre, where “Diana” is scheduled to end its run on Dec. 19.
“Diana” previously had an open-ended run at the theater.
Ticket holders for “Macbeth” will be informed about an exchange of tickets. However, the production notes that patrons will have “comparable, if not identical” seats at the Longacre Theatre.
“Macbeth” is directed by Sam Gold and produced by Barbara Broccoli, The Shubert Organization, Michael G. Wilson and Frederick Zollo. The production will play a 15-week engagement at the theater, with an opening night on April 28.
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