Tickets For Macbeth


Bruka Opens The 20th Season With Macbeth

BRÜKA THEATRE Proudly presents ~  MACBETH



(Reno, NV). The first play of the 2012-2013 season, Macbeth roars into October with a new vision by director Joe Atack. “Imagine a time and place not too far from our own. A country devastated by civil war where the fate of the nation hangs in the balance - this is where we find ourselves in Macbeth. In strange, uncertain and dangerous times the Macbeths seize power bringing with them a reign of blood and terror.  Fusing elements of the modern world and the past this production will follow the Macbeths into the darkest corners of the mind, as Shakespeare continues to prove the master of exploring the human condition”.

Written by William Shakespeare in the early 1600s, Macbeth was the first play Brüka produced in its current space at 99 N. Virginia Street in 1997.

Macbeth runs October 12 through October 26, 2012, Wednesday through Saturday shows at 8 PM with a Sunday matinee performance on October 14 at 2 PM.  Special to this performance, Attack will host a “Shakespeare Conversation” at 1:00 before the Sunday performance.  The customary matinee talkback with the company will immediately follow the performance.

Reservations are recommended for Macbeth.  Call our box office at 775.323-3221 Brüka Theatre.  Or visit us at 99 N. Virginia St.  Reno.  Reservations for all events and shows are available through our box office at (775) 323-3221. Box-office hours are 1 to 5 Wednesday and Friday, 2:30 – 6:30 Thursday and 12 – 4 on Saturdays or online at   Reservations are also available at the Melting Pot Emporium @ their new location: 1049 S. Virginia Street.  Reno. We validate convenient parking at the Parking Gallery on First and Sierra Street.  Check us out at

About The Director JOE ATACK

Joe Atack was born and raised in northern England and attended the Electric Theatre School in Barnsley before gaining a place at The Arden School of Theatre, a conservatory school in Manchester, UK. After graduating Mr. Atack worked on many theatre, radio and TV productions around the UK, set up two small theatre companies and toured extensively with Artizani Street Theatre Company. Joe has a long standing love of Shakespeare and has played several Shakespeare roles in the U.K. and U.S. his favorites include Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet, Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, The title role in Macbeth, Peter Quince and Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Tyrell in Richard III. In 2007 he was brought out to Nevada to work for Nevada Shakespeare Company (NSC) as a director, actor, teacher and company manager. Working with NSC Joe helped he helped form a partnership with Lake Tahoe Shakespeare (LTSF) Festival. In 2010 he became LTSF’s first director of education. As well as running the Education programs for the festival, Joe is also a member of the LTSF acting company. Joe has taught acting, improvisation and Shakespeare workshops in the U.K., Switzerland and U.S.


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The Medea Project - Local Perfomances



Directed & Created by Sandra Brunell Neace


BRUKA THEATRE:  JULY 29, 2012 @ 2 PM  Reception follows at The Wild River Grille!/page_Events

RENO LITTLE THEATRE:  AUGUST 3, 2012 @ 7:30 PM  Reception follows at RLT

GOOD LUCK MACBETH:  AUGUST 4, 2012 @ 7:30 PM  Reception follows at The Sierra Arts Foundation



Reno, NV.  The Medea Project directed and created by Sandra Brunell Neace has been accepted into the 2012 NY International Fringe Festival and will perform in New York City in mid August 2012. The Medea Project, an original work created by Neace and the Medeas, is based on the Greek Tragedy Medea exploring maternal filicide and the responsibilities of mothers, women and citizens in modern society. Creator Sandra Brunell Neace uses themes in Euripides’ Medea, translation by Nicholas Rudall, and blends writings by the play’s cast to create a tapestry of past and present with the deeply charged issue of maternal filicide in our society.  This ancient issue driven by human motivations crosses into the current day as Neace engages the audience with multi-media and draws from true stories that have shocked and saddened our nation.

The piece features actresses from northern Nevada whose work includes professional, regional and community theatre credits.  This unique, female driven theatre piece gives the audience the opportunity to witness the different human sides of this tragic event and give voice to not only judge and jury, but to Medea who has committed the unspeakable act of child murder. The Medea Project was originally commissioned by Brüka Theatre’s Producing Artistic Director Mary Bennett as a sister piece to Oedipus and was performed on the Brüka main stage during the 2011 Artown Festival. Donations and information on the facebook page: 

The NYC International Fringe Festival is a juried selection process and selects shows based on merit and artistic quality. Local theatres including Brüka Theatre, Reno Little Theatre and Good Luck Macbeth to raise funds and awareness for the project including the trip to New York will produce The Medea Project in late July and early August, 2012.  Each venue will host a reception following the performance.  All funds raised will go toward getting the production to the NY International Fringe Festival.

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LOCAL Reservations are available for each production through the hosting venue’s box offices or at the above ticket links.  Information is also available at Brüka’s box office:  (775) 323-3221 or on our website at Box-office hours are 1 - 5 pm Wednesday through Friday and 12 - 4 pm Saturday  All tickets are $20. We validate convenient parking at the Parking Gallery on First and Sierra Street.   Bruka Theatre is located at 99 N. Virginia Street, Reno, NV  89501.