After almost two years presenting live theatre across from City Hall in downtown Reno, Good Luck Macbeth Theatre Company has secured a new home at 713 South Virginia Street in the heart of the MidTown District. They will open their September 2012 show, Eugene O’Neill’s A Moon For The Misbegotten, in the new space on the corner of S. Virginia and St. Lawrence St. currently being renovated. I have mixed emotions. I am glad they are moving to Midtown, but I liked having them by Pioneer, Bruka and Pioneer Underground, which together the four theaters formed a little mini-district of sorts.

The new theatre will bring entertainment to Midtown complimenting the many new restaurants, bars and retail shops filling MidTown. They are extremely excited to be joining the creative business atmosphere in Midtown and believe what they offer will encourage even more locals and tourists to spend more time in MidTown. Midtown business KDesign, a residential & commercial interior design firm headed by Kadie Remaklus, will design the new theatre.

A new fundraising campaign called The Baker’s Dozen is underway to raise money for the new design and move. Give any tax-deductible amount with the number 13 in it to play along with their unlucky is lucky nature. They also have to specific and rewarding levels at which to give:

The Baker's Dozen - $1300The Baker's Dozen
They are looking for 13 people to give at this level.
Benefits include: physical recognition in their new home, Season Tickets to their 2013 season and a special thank you event to open their new space. Click here to give at this level securely through PayPal.

Baker's mini-Dozen - $130Baker's mini-Dozen
Benefits include: physical recognition in their new home, and a Flex-5 Pass to their 2013 Season. Click here to give at this level securely through PayPal.

Or give whatever you can, by clicking here. They also invite you to mail a check to Good Luck Macbeth, PO Box 2729 Reno, NV 89505 or leave a little something in one of their donation envelopes included with their show programs.


To find out more, visit GLM on the web at or call 775.322.3716.