Limited engagement.


Lyceum Theatre, (4/08/2008 - 5/24/2008)

First Preview: Mar 28, 2008
Opening Date: Apr 08, 2008
Closing Date: May 24, 2008
Total Previews: 11
Total Performances: 52

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: A subterranean kitchen that serves as a military hospital in a timeless and nameless country

Opening Night Production Staff

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Philip J. Smith: President; Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President)

Produced by Duncan C. Weldon, Paul Elliott, Jeffrey Archer, Bill Ballard, Terri & Timothy Childs, Rodger Hess, David Mirvish, Adriana Mnuchin, Emanuel Azenberg and BAM

Originally produced by Chichester Festival Theatre

Written by William Shakespeare

Directed by Rupert Goold; Associate Director: Steve Marmion

Production Design by Anthony Ward; Lighting Design by Howard Harrison; Assistant Lighting Design: Paul Miller; Composition and Sound Design: Adam Cork; Video and Projection Design: Lorna Heavey

General Manager: Abbie M. Strassler; Company Manager: John E. Gendron

Production Stage Manager: Jane Pole; Stage Manager: Lorna Seymour; Assistant Stage Mgr: Laura Levis and Sarah Coates; Technical Supervisor: Neil A. Mazzella; UK Production Manager: The Production Desk, Ltd. and Dan Watkins

Movement directed by Georgina Lamb; Fight direction by Terry King; Press Representative: Barlow-Hartman Public Relations; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.

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Opening Night Cast

Patrick StewartMacbeth
a general of the Scottish army
Oliver BirchLady Macbeth's servant
Ben CarpenterDonalbain
son of Duncan
Young Seyward
Michael FeastMacduff
a nobleman of Scotland
Kate FleetwoodLady Macbeth
Polly FrameWitch
Gentlewoman
Scott HandyMalcolm
son of Duncan
Sophie HunterWitch
Byron JenningsDuncan
King of Scotland
Scottish Doctor
Hywel JohnBloody Sergeant
Murderer
Phoebe Keeling VanDusenMacduff's Daughter
Christopher KnottOld Seyward
Murderer
Niamh McGradyWitch
Bill NashAngus
a nobleman
Christopher Patrick NolanSeyton
an officer attending on Macbeth
Gabrielle PiacentileMacduff's Daughter
Mark RawlingsLennox
a nobleman
Jacob RosenbaumMacduff's Son
Rachel TicotinLady Macduff
Tim TreloarRoss
a nobleman
Martin TurnerBanquo
a general of the Scottish army
Emmett WhiteFleance
son of Banquo

Understudies: Oliver Birch (Ross, Second Murderer), Ben Carpenter (Angus, Bloody Sergeant, First Murderer, Malcolm), Polly Frame (Lady Macbeth, Servant, Witch), Henry Hodges (Macduff's Son), Sophie Hunter (Witch), Hywel John (Seyton, Young Seyward), Christopher Knott (Duncan, Scottish Doctor, Servant), Niamh McGrady (Gentlewoman, Lady Macduff, Witch), Bill Nash (Banquo, Old Seyward), Christopher Patrick Nolan (Lennox), Mark Rawlings (Macduff), Rachel Ticotin (Witch) and Tim Treloar (Macbeth)

Awards and Nominations

Tony Award®

 2008 Best Revival of a Play [nominee] 

Produced by Duncan C. Weldon, Paul Elliott, Jeffrey Archer, Bill Ballard, Terri & Timothy Childs, Rodger Hess, David Mirvish, Adriana Mnuchin, Emanuel Azenberg and BAM; Originally produced by Chichester Festival Theatre

 2008 Best Actor in a Play [nominee] 

Patrick Stewart

 2008 Best Actress in a Play [nominee] 

Kate Fleetwood

 2008 Best Scenic Design of a Play [nominee] 

Production Design by Anthony Ward

 2008 Best Lighting Design of a Play [nominee] 

Howard Harrison

 2008 Best Sound Design of a Play [nominee] 

Sound Design by Adam Cork

Drama Desk Award

 2008 Outstanding Revival of a Play [nominee] 

Produced by Duncan C. Weldon, Paul Elliott, Jeffrey Archer, Bill Ballard, Terri & Timothy Childs, Rodger Hess, David Mirvish, Adriana Mnuchin, Emanuel Azenberg and BAM

 2008 Outstanding Sound Design [nominee] 

Sound Design by Adam Cork

 2008 Outstanding Projection and Video Design [nominee] 

Video Design by Lorna Heavey

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