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An exciting and unique piece of dance theatre by award-winning Company Chordelia Artistic Director Kally Lloyd-Jones. Marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, Lady Macbeth: unsex me here explores one of Shakespeare's most complex women. Ambition, power, guilt, remorse, loss, death. Paralleling Shakespeare's time, a cast of three male dancers all play Lady Macbeth, exploring the relationship between masculinity and femininity. Using Shakespeare's language as the source, British Sign Language is used to create choreography, producing a piece of visceral dance and movement theatre which will reach D/deaf and hearing audiences alike, in different ways. Company Chordelia - Lady Macbeth: Unsex Me Here website
.Performers Thomas Baylis, Jacob Casselden, Jack Webb.
Presented by Company Chordelia. Presented by Solar Bear. Choreographer Kally Lloyd-Jones. Director Kallyb Lloyd-Jones. Design Janis Hart. Lighting Laura Hawkins. Other Gerry Ramage (artistic associate).
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