MACBETH

by William Shakespeare
Saturday 17 to Saturday 24 March 2018
Mary Wallace Theatre

'Macbeth' is a play about fear. When first performed in 1606, belief in witches and supernatural intervention in the governance of the realm suggests that this play would have held a real sense of immediacy and danger for the audience. Today, it retains an aura of superstition, especially in theatrical circles. I hope to use theatrical techniques to allow the audience to share Macbeth's physical and metaphysical insecurity. On it simplest level, think 'The Woman in Black'.

Cast                 

WEIRD SISTER/LADY MACDUFF Francesca Ellis WEIRD SISTER/PORTER/GENTLEWOMAN Heloise Plumley WEIRD SISTER/FLEANCE/YOUNG MACDUFF Asha Gill SERGEANT/OLD MAN Matt O'Toole KING DUNCAN Gerald Baker MALCOLM Nick Bartlett ROSS Clare Cooper ANGUS/SIWARD John Kirchner MACBETH Scott Tilley BANQUO/DOCTOR Tom Snape LADY MACBETH Dionne King SEYTON John Wilkinson MACDUFF Guy Holloway DONALBAIN/MURDERER/YOUNG SIWARD Pete Messum

Creative Team

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Stage Manager:

 
John Buckingham
Aaron Lobo
Simon Bickerstaffe
Martin Pope
Emily Rose Ryan
Rita Stringer, Ron Hudson

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