By Tim Leeds 

Festival and Scottish tragedy coming to Beaver Creek

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Last updated 8/25/2022 at 10:48am

Courtesy Montana Actors' Theatre/Trevor Mork

Grant Olson, playing Macbeth, holds the reins of his horse, Magic, as he speaks Tuesday at Lions Campground in Beaver Creek Park during a rehearsal of the Montana Actors' Theatre production of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."

Editor’s note: This version corrects the name of King Duncan and the character played by Jay Pyette.

Montana Actors' Theatre is bringing a Renaissance-style festival and intrigue, regicide, battles and tragedy from Scotland to Beaver Creek Park this weekend.

The production of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," along with a multitude of festivities, will be held at Lions Campground Friday through Sunday.

"While the 'fest' is going to be fun for everyone, the real excitement will be the show," said Montana Actors' Theatre Executive Director Jay Pyette, who plays Banquo in the production....

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