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e 39 Steps adapted by Patrick Barlow directed by Nathan Keepers August 30 – September 18, 2016 Four brilliant comic actors. Dozens of characters. One thrilling, hilarious noir adventure. Inspired by Hitchcock's iconic film and the classic spy novel, this Broadway hit follows an ordinary man as he gets tangled up in a web of espionage and intrigue. Special Advertising Section ACTORS THEATRE'S 2016-2017 FALL SEASON: IMAGINATION AWAITS PLUS, THE RETURN OF LOUISVILLE'S HOLIDAY FAVORITES! Macbeth by William Shakespeare directed by Les Waters October 4 – 26, 2016 Great ambition leads to ghastly deeds in Shakespeare's riveting tale of a brave warrior turned murderous king, set in a world haunted by supernatural forces. Soaked with blood and betrayal, Macbeth is a fascinating look at human nature under power's dark spell. Detroit '67 by Dominique Morisseau directed by Kyle Donnelly November 15 – December 11, 2016 Siblings Chelle and Lank groove to the music of Motown in the unofficial nightclub they run in their basement. But as tensions mount both inside their home and in the city around them, they find themselves caught in the middle of the '67 Detroit riots. Fih ird Bank's Dracula originally dramatized by John L. Balderston and Hamilton Deane from Bram Stoker's world-famous novel, Dracula as adapted and directed by William McNulty September 9 – October 31, 2016 Louisville's favorite vampire is back! is fast-paced, fright-filled adaptation of Bram Stoker's gothic tale is a Halloween treat that drips with suspense — and even more blood. Fih ird Bank's A Christmas Carol based on the book by Charles Dickens adapted by Barbara Field directed by Drew Fracher November 22 – December 23, 2016 Celebrate the warmth of the holidays with Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future. Actors eatre's rendition of Dickens' classic tale is brought to new life with visual splendor and joyous music.