BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -- Shakespeare's "Macbeth" returned to Baton Rouge Community College after an earlier run was shortened by a hurricane, but with big changes.
"We had it on our schedule last year, but we had to reschedule it because of Hurricane Gustav," said director David Sedevie, a film and theater instructor at the college. "Then we had to cut it short, so a lot of people didn't get to see it."
But when William Shakespeare's classic opened at the college's Magnolia Performing Arts Pavilion for five performances, the cast included professional actors as well as students.
"Look at that," John Farmanesh-Bocca, artistic director of the Not Man Apart Physical Theatre Ensemble of Carmel, Calif., …