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Macbeth   

National Theatre, (3/31/1948 - 4/24/1948)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 31, 1948    
Closing Date: Apr 24, 1948 Total Performances: 29

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by The Theatre Guild; Produced in association with Brian Doherty
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Alan Bush; Musical Director: Lehman Engel
Staged by Norris Houghton
Scenic Design by Paul Sherriff; Costume Design by Paul Sherriff
Cast
Martin Balsam
Murderer
One of the Three
Dan Barton
Ensemble
Russell Collins
Porter
Doctor
Whitfield Connor
Macduff
a nobleman of Scotland
An Armed Head
Stephen Courtleigh
Duncan
King of Scotland
John Cromwell
Lennox
a nobleman
Sonny Curven
Page
Ensemble
Blair Cutting
Old Man
Julie Harris
Witch
Anne Hegira
Witch
Harry Hess
Seyton
an officer attending on Macbeth
One of the Three
Lamont Johnson

Arthur Keegan
Siward
Singer
Hector MacGregor
Ross
a nobleman
Paul Mann
Menteith
a nobleman
Murderer
Marcia Marcus
Child Crowned
Ensemble
Alan McKirdy
Ensemble
John McQuade
Siward
Wounded Messenger
Thomas Palmer
Caithness
a nobleman
Murderer's Younger Accomplice
Penelope Potter
Gentlewoman
Ken Raymond
Fleance
son of Banquo
Bleeding Child
Michael Redgrave
Macbeth
a general of the Scottish army
Judson Rees
Macduff's Son
Elliott Reid
Malcolm
son of Duncan
Michael Reilly
Donalbain
son of Duncan
Watchman at Dunsinane
Flora Robson
Lady Macbeth
William Skelton
Ensemble
Robinson Stone
Messenger
One of the Three
Beatrice Straight
Lady Macduff
John Straub
Angus
a nobleman
Watchman at Dunsinane
Ken Sutton
Ensemble
Geoffrey Toone
Banquo
a general of the Scottish army
Whit Vernon
Ensemble
Gillian Webb
Witch
Theatre World
winner 1948 Award [recipient]
Whitfield Connor