Seattle Shakespeare Company “Macbeth”: 6:30 p.m. Friday at Numerica Performing Arts Center
Enjoy a pared-down production of Shakespeare's classic tale of murder and ambition. The play follows the ruthless rise of a Scottish general whose aspiration to be King of Scotland leads to murder and misery. Seattle Shakespeare Company's adaptation is directed by Ana Maria Campoy. Advance tickets are $17-21 depending on the seat or $15-19 for seniors or $11-15 for students. At the door, ticket prices increase to $22-25 or $20-23 for seniors. Day-of student rush tickets are $5. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 663-2787 or visit numericapac.org.
C.G. Dahlin “Unhinged, An Evening of Poetry”: 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Friday at RadarStation
Experience the unique performance poetry of C.G. Dahlin during this special hour-long show. Dahlin is a prolific artist and poet. He is the editor of 2018's "Whispers of Wenatchee" and released his own collection of poetry "Un/Certainly Form/Less" in 2016. Dahlin was the first Poet Laureate of the University of Wisconsin-Stout Honors College. He's a regular at local open mics, known for his intense delivery and often eclectic subject matter. Admission is $10 with proceeds benefiting the next "Whispers of Wenatchee" project. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit radarstationart.com.
Kay Kenyon “Nest of the Monarch”: 6 p.m. Tuesday at Cashmere Library
Explore "Nest of the Monarch," the conclusion to Kay Kenyon's Dark Talents series during this presentation and Q&A with the author. "Nest of the Monarch" follows protagonist Kim Tavistock as she unravels a conspiracy that could change the course of the war in 1936 Berlin. "Nest of the Monarch" was released this month. The series also includes 2018's "Serpent in the Heather" and 2017's "At the Table of Wolves." The event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit ncrl.org.
Karl Lillquist “Rock Glaciers of the Eastern Cascades”: 7 p.m. Wednesday at Red Barn at Wenatchee River Institute
Learn how rock glaciers shaped the landscape during this presentation with Central Washington University Professor Karl Lillquist. The presentation will examine known rock glaciers in Washington's Eastern Cascades and discusses how, when and why they formed. Lillquist is a physical geographer and has been a CWU faculty member since 1995. The talk is suitable for all ages. Admission is by donation. For more information, call 548-0181 or visit wenatcheeriverinstitute.org.