PlayTragedyRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 21, 1988
Closing Date
Jun 26, 1988
1st Preview
Apr 13, 1988
1st Preview
Apr 13, 1988
Previews
8
Performances
77
PlayTragedyRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Mark Hellinger Theatre
(Apr 21, 1988 - Jun 26, 1988)

Setting
Scotland and England.

Produced by Barry & Fran Weissler and Garth H. Drabinsky; Produced by arrangement with The Baltimore Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.; Associate Producer: Melinda Howard
Written by William Shakespeare; Incidental music by William Penn and Louis Applebaum
Original Direction by Kenneth Frankel; Additional Direction by Zoe Caldwell
Scenic Design by Daphne Dare; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Marc B. Weiss; Sound Design by Otts Munderloh; Hair Design by Patrik D. Moreton; Make-Up Design by Brad Scott; Assistant Lighting Design: Susan A. White
General Manager: Alecia Parker and Kevmar Productions, Inc.; Company Manager: Michael Gill
Production Stage Manager: James Harker; Stage Manager: Amy Pell; Technical Supervisor: Theatre Services, Inc.
Special Effects by Bran Ferren
Casting: Pat McCorkle; General Press Representative: Solters / Roskin / Friedman, Inc.; Fight Captain: Thomas Schall; Assistant to the Fight Captain: Bruce Gooch; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Photographer: Henry Grossman and Robert C. Ragsdale; Fight direction by David S. Leong
Lady Macbeth
Macbeth
a general of the Scottish army
Malcolm
son of Duncan
Macduff
a nobleman of Scotland
Banquo
a general of the Scottish army
Macduff's Son
Ensemble
Seyton
an officer attending on Macbeth
Fleance
son of Banquo
Ensemble
Ensemble
Caithness
a nobleman
Duncan
King of Scotland
Siward
 
Ensemble
Lennox
a nobleman
Ensemble
Lady Macduff
Ross
a nobleman
Donalbain
son of Duncan
 
Gentlewoman
Ensemble
Murderer
Doctor
 
Ensemble
Witch
 
Porter
 
Murderer
 
Siward
Ensemble
Standby: Sarah-Jane Gwillim (Lady Macbeth)
Understudies: Robert Burke (Banquo), Michael Butler (Siward), Bruce Gooch (Malcolm, Macduff), Jack Hannibal (Donalbain, Fleance, Macduff's Son), Annette Helde (Lady Macduff), Thomas Hill (Duncan), Edwin J. McDonough (Seyton, Siward, Doctor, Messenger), Gordon Paddison (Ross, Caithness, Murderer), Marcell Rosenblatt (Witch, Gentlewoman), Paul Shenar (Macbeth) and Paul Soles (Lennox, Porter, Murderer)

Tony Award®

 

Best Actress in a Play

1988 Nominee
Glenda Jackson

Drama Desk Award

 

Outstanding Actress in a Play

1988 Nominee
Glenda Jackson
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