Macbeth posterBy William Shakespeare

Directed by: Lee Wilson

Performances: November 14-17, 2012

Venue: Theatre of the Arts, Modern Languages Building

                   

Macbeth is Shakespeare's shortest and most intense tragedy. It was also the last tragedy he wrote after Hamlet, Othello, and King Lear. His new approach to a swifter kind of action should leave the audience no time to think. Its intensity is most vividly realized in the play's language, through its repeated words and images. Shakespeare is writing about evil and he evokes it through one of his greatest creations - the character of Macbeth himself - a difficult but willing commitment to darkness. He is both our hero and our villain as evoked in the line "Fair is foul, and foul is fair". It is also a play filled with the Supernatural and images of that which is 'real' and 'not real'.

UWaterloo’s production of Macbeth explores the Scottish ballads and their fascination with rituals, that through spells, prayer, dance and music, are constantly being evoked in Shakespeare's play. Join us, as through these elements, we help lift Shakespeare's words and images, and ignite your imagination with his fascinating take on this Scottish King.

Cast (in order of appearance)

Witch 1, Murderer 3, Soldier - Sukshmadarshi Maharaj 

Witch 2, Gentlewoman, Messenger 2 - Jessica Singh 

Witch 3, Soldier - Megan Rucurean 

Duncan, Siward, Lord - Patrick Pinnell 

Malcolm - Adam Lemieux

Donalbain, Thane, Seyton, Lord - Jane Honek 

Lennox - Greg Johnson 

Captain, Murderer 1, Doctor 2 - Keethan Krishnamoorthy 

Ross - Zach Parsons 

Angus, Porter, Murderer 2, Lord - Mark Haasnoot 

Macbeth - Andreea Hluscu 

Banquo, Macduff’s Son, Young Siward - Alan Shonfield 

Lady Macduff - Adele Robert 

Messenger 1, Fleance, Caithness, Thane - Bob Stan 

Servant, Soldier, Lord - Elizabeth Munz 

Hecate, Doctor 1, Old Man, Lord - Nathan Boutilier 

 Lady Macduff - Katie Smith

Creative

Director - Lee Wilson

Set/Props Designer - William Chesney

Costume Designer - Nina Okens

Lighting Designer - Arun Srinivasan

Sound Designer - Gill Lesperance

Fight Director - Daniel Levinson

Choreographers - Lili Markle, Jen Gooderham

Dramaturg - Simon Thibodeau

Voice Coach - Heather Hill

Assistant Set Designer - Melody Mui

Production Team

Director of Production - Scott Spidell

Production Manager - Janelle Rainville

Technical Director - Gill Lesperance

Wardrobe Head - Sharon E. Secord

Assistant Technical Director - Courtney Palmer

Assistant Production Manager - Selin Erkaya

Stage Manager - Michelle Kestle

Assistant Stage Managers - Lisette Compton, Kelly Conlan, Meghan Jones

Props/Paint - Kelsey Sewell (Head), Sam Beuerle, Cassandra Cline, Michelle Lowry, Emma Mann, Kara Nagel, Karly Snoddon, Clare Flood.

Set - Elizabeth Munz (Head), Jessica Blondin, Cam Dickey, Stefan Radic, Madeline Samms, 

Wardrobe - Jo Daly (Head), Martina Commisso, Mark Haasnoot, Carleigh Macdonald, Jackie Mahoney, Nicole Martin, Adam Winchester, Gianine Mapula

Lights - Hilary Pitman (Head), Cody Burns, Cameron Joliffe, Chantaine Green-Leach, Eric Kim, James Miniou, Sarah Noiseux, Katie Smith, Michael To

Sound - Keethan Krishnamoorthy (Head), Teresa Allen

Publicity - Brianne Haydon (Head), Rebecca Birrell

Photography - Katie Smith

Special Thank-yous

Shaw Festival

Theater Aquarius

Daniel Levinson

William Innes

Environment Faculty