Macbeth

Initially cast included Sebastian Shaw, Ted Valentine, Richard Moore, Sheila Allen and Bruce Myers. From 22 March they were replaced by Clifford Rose, David Ashford, Phillip Hinton, Lyn Farleigh and Gerald McNally respectively. When Phillip Hinton moved from playing Murderer 3 to Murderer 1 this part was taken by David Kincaid.

Cast & Crew

Cast

Angus
Angus
Banquo
Caithness
Donalbain
Duncan
Duncan
English Doctor
Fleance
Gentlewoman
Lady Macbeth
Lady Macduff
Lady Macduff
Lennox
Lord
Macbeth
Macduff
Macduff’s Son
Malcolm
Menteith
Messenger
Messenger
Messenger
Murderer 1
Murderer 1
Murderer 2
Murderer 3
Murderer 3
Old Man
Porter
Ross
Scottish Doctor
Sergeant
Servant
Seyton
Siward
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Unnamed parts
Weird Sister
Weird Sister
Weird Sister
Young Siward

Crew

Costume Designer
Designer
Director
Fight Arranger
Light Designer
Music by
Playwright

Photographs

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Observations

  1. On 4th November 2010 at 2:40 a.m., LIZ noted:

    This production was thwarted by ill fate. Yes this particular play always brings a little bad luck. The costumes were black plastic, and it was found during dress rehearsals that the cast became dehydrated and “dropped like flies”. Holes for ventilation were punched in the costumes, but it only helped a little!. This production’s eye opener was the use of long red acrylic fur, which when beautifully lighted (by David er , er, forgive me, our lighting director) came to life as stormy long grass.
    Opening night was delayed because of illness…Ah yes..all that stuff about this particular play is TRUE! Liz Freeland: Lowly Assistant Stage Manager.

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