The Tragedie Of Macbeth

By: 
William Shakespeare
Directed By: 
Charles E. Gerber
Co-Presented By: 

January 5 at 8pm
January 6 at 1pm and 8pm
January 7 at 4pm
January 10, 11 & 12 at 8pm
January 13 at 1pm and 8pm
January 14 at 4pm
January 17, 18 & 19 at 8pm
January 20 at 1pm and 8pm
January 21 at 4pm

A Main Stage Production
In The Main Stage Theater
Closes: 
Sun, 01/21/2007

Produced by David M. Mead

Cast: 

Gregory Adair
Michael James Anderson*
Susan Angelo*
Mick Bleyer Kenneth Cavett*
Alexandra Devin*
Letty Ferrer*
Mike Finesilver*
Brooke Fulton*
Justin Gibbs*
Noah Keen*
Leanne Littlestone*
Audrey Maeve Hager*
David M. Mead*
Edward Myers
Jake Myers
Ben Sumrall*
Clare Patterson

Asst. Director/Fight Director: Galway McCullough
Production Stage Manager: Michael Palmer*
Lighting Design by Carrie Yacono
Sound Design by Andy Cohen
Costume Design by Amy Kitzhaber

*Member, AEA - an Equity Approved Showcase


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This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department Of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council.


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kept my eleventh grade students from the Bronx at the edge of their seats

Thanks to you, your production team and your cast for a wonderful evening of Shakespeare at its best.

Journalist: 
Ilana Guttin, NYC High School Teacher
About Show: 
The Tragedie Of Macbeth

merits an off-b'way or broadway run

I have rarely seen a more explosive performance. The standing ovation certainly merits an off-b'way or broadway run.

Journalist: 
Joe Franklin
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The Tragedie Of Macbeth

An immensely effective show...it virtually revels in its trust in the Bard to deliver the goods through soaring language and grand storytelling that age cannot wither, especially when augmented wit

Journalist: 
Ron Cohen
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The Tragedie Of Macbeth

The Tragedie of Macbeth

David M. Mead...shows us both this man's burning ambition and his intense thoughtfulness. His Macbeth isn't talked into anything by anybody.

Journalist: 
Martin Denton
About Show: 
The Tragedie Of Macbeth

What a woman [Susan] Angelo makes of [Lady Macbeth]

What a woman [Susan] Angelo makes of [Lady Macbeth] - beautiful, slinky, sexy and determined, yet she is still surprised and delighted by the strength of how she intends to upgrade her standard of

Journalist: 
David Mackler
About Show: 
The Tragedie Of Macbeth