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The Scottish Play - theatrical types consider saying its name to be unlucky! Thrust into power by his overwhelming desires and an over ambitious wife, Macbeth finds his only security is to murder and murder again. From "When shall we three meet again" to "is this a dagger I see before me" a powerful Shakespearean drama. Supported by the Macbeth Commissioning Circle.Performers Patrick Stewart (Macbeth), Scott Handy (Malcolm), Ben Carpenter (Donalbain), Paul Shelley (Duncan), Martin Turner (Banquo), Michael Feast (Macduff), Mark Rawlings (Lennox), TimTreloar (Ross), Bill Nash (Angus), Christopher Knott (Old Seyward), Christopher Patrick Nolan (Seyton), Hywel John (Bloody Captain), Kate Fleetwood (Lady Macbeth), Suzanne Burden (Lady Macduff), Polly Frame, Niamh McGrady (Witch), Laura Rees (Witch), Sophie Hunter (Witch), Oliver Birch (Witch - Chichester).
Author Shakespeare. Corporate Sponsor John Wiley & Sons (Chicheater). Producer Duncan C Weldon (London). Producer Paul Elliott (London - for Triumph Entertainment Ltd). Director Rupert Goold. Design Anthony Ward. Lighting Howard Harrison. Music Adam Cork. Sound Adam Cork.
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