Advanced screening of episode three of ‘The Scottish Play’

The event is July 28 at the Carco Theatre in Renton

  • Sunday, July 16, 2017 10:18pm
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Seattle based motion pictures and episodic production company Magnussen Media Group LLC will hold a special advanced screening of episode three of “The Scottish Play” one day before its online release on Amazon Instant Video.

The event is July 28 at the Carco Theatre in Renton with arrivals and photo opportunities starting at 7 p.m.

The screening will be followed by a live Q&A with some of the cast and show director.

General admission is $5 plus taxes and fees.

The first 15-20 people will receive a goodie bag.

First come first serve. Tickets are available here:

• About “The Scottish Play”

The dark comedy show “The Scottish Play” is an episodic series. Episode one was released July 1, episode two was July 15.

It’s entirely produced in the greater Seattle area and 90 percent of the cast as well as 80 percent of the crew

are Washington locals. The shows are filmed 99 percent at the Carco Theatre in Renton.

The plot tells us about a divorced director and his theatre company who decide to put on Macbeth to prove to themselves and the world that they can tackle the infamous play. The ensemble’s troubles with superstition, alcohol, jealousy and madness could be the end of them all.

Instagram: @thescottishplay; #TSPtheshow


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