One of Shakespeare’s arch villains ravages the English throne with his lust for power in Capitol Shakespeare’s modern production of “Richard III” July 18-22 on the state capitol grounds. Jealous and deformed, the Duke of Gloucester stops at nothing to make himself king. Performances of this famous tragedy begin at 7 p.m. in the Prairie Amphitheater south of the North Dakota Heritage Center. Admission is free with donations accepted. Learn more at capitolshakespeare.org and Facebook.