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Macbeth   

 
National Theatre, (11/11/1941 - 2/28/1942)
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Opening Date: Nov 11, 1941    
Closing Date: Feb 28, 1942 Total Performances: 131

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Scotland and England.



Production Staff
Produced by Maurice Evans and Judith Anderson; Produced in association with John Haggott
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by Lehman Engel
Staged by Margaret Webster
Scenic Design by Samuel Leve; Costume Design by Lemuel Ayers
Business Manager: Edgar Runkle
Stage Manager: Paul A. Foley; Assistant Stage Mgr: Walter Williams and Thelma Chandler
Fencing arranged by George Santelli; Press Representative: Richard Maney and Sol Jacobson
Cast
Judith AndersonLady Macbeth
Maurice EvansMacbeth
a general of the Scottish army
Jackie AyersPage
Ensemble
Harry BrandonRoss Aide
Ralph ClantonMalcolm
son of Duncan
Grace CoppinFirst Witch
Gentlewoman
Staats CotsworthBanquo
a general of the Scottish army
Alex CourtnayFleance
son of Banquo
Soldier
Erford GageLennox
a nobleman
Ernest GravesMenteith
a nobleman
William HansenThird Witch
Porter
Evelyn HelmoreEnsemble
Philip HustonAngus
a nobleman
John IrelandSergeant
First Murderer
Harry IrvineDuncan
King of Scotland
Doctor
Viola KeatsLady Macduff
Abby LewisSecond Witch
Ensemble
Ada McFarlandEnsemble
Irving MorrowSeyton
an officer attending on Macbeth
Gregory MortonSiward
William NicholsDonalbain
son of Duncan
Ensemble
John ParishOld Man
Ensemble
Melvin ParksEnsemble
Alfred PaschallEnsemble
Herbert RudleyMacduff
a nobleman of Scotland
John StraubMessenger
Second Murderer
Richard TylerBoy
Walter WilliamsCaithness
a nobleman