Opening Date
Jan 16, 1992
Closing Date
Feb 09, 1992
1st Preview
Dec 17, 1991
1st Preview
Dec 17, 1991


Cort Theatre
(Jan 16, 1992 - Feb 09, 1992)

Between May 3 and May 10, 1849. Various locations in New York City, including the stages and backstages of the Broadway Theatre and the Astor Place Opera House.

Written by Richard Nelson; Incidental music by Bob James; Music orchestrated by Bob James
Directed by Jack O'Brien
Scenic Design by David Jenkins; Costume Design by Jane Greenwood; Lighting Design by Jules Fisher; Sound Design by Jeff Ladman; Projection Design by Greg Meeh
LCT General Manager: Steven C. Callahan; Company Manager: Bruce Klinger
LCT Production Manager: Jeff Hamlin; Production Stage Manager: Alan Hall; Stage Manager: Deborah Clelland
Special Effects by Greg Meeh
Poster Art by James McMullan; LCT General Press Representative: Merle Debuskey; Fight direction by Steve Rankin; LCT Director of Development: Hattie K. Jutagir; LCT Director of Marketing: Thomas Cott; LCT Dramaturg: Anne Cattaneo; Casting: Risa Bramon and Billy Hopkins; Advertising: Russek Advertising; Dialect Coach: Tim Monich
Dedicated to the memory of Joseph Papp
Washington Irving
writer and amateur actor
Williams Charles Macready
Astor Place (Macbeth), English
Peter Arnold
Astor Place (Malcolm)
Charles Clark
Astor Place (Macduff)
George Bradshaw
Astor Place (Banquo)
Broadway Theatre (who normally plays Macduff but is injured)
Mr. Blakely
Broadway Theatre (Duncan; Errington)
Catherine Forrest
wife of Edwin, English
Miss Anne Holland
Broadway Theatre (3rd Witch; Nahmeokee)
Mrs. Pope
Astor Place (Lady Macbeth)
Mr. Chippindale
Astor Place (2nd Witch)
Miss Wemyss
an aspiring actress, daughter of Frederick Wemyss
Edwin Forrest
Broadway Theatre (Macbeth; Metamora)
Agnes Robertson
actress and Boucicault's wife, English/Scottish
John Ryder
Broadway Theatre (fills in as Macduff), English & companion of Macready
Miss Helen Burton
Broadway Theatre (2nd Witch; Goodenough)
Broadway Theatre (Porter; Church)
Robert Jones
Broadway Theatre (Banquo, Malcolm; Anrawandah)
James Bridges
Astor Place (Young Siward, 3rd Witch, Ross)
Frederick Wemyss
Astor Place (Siward, Old Man)
John Sefton
Astor Place (1st Witch, Donalbain)
Dion Boucicault
playwright and actor, English/Irish
Miss Jane Bass
Broadway Theatre (1st Witch)
Thomas Fisher
Broadway Theatre (Young Siward; Kaweshine)
Understudies: Ben Bodé (James Bridges), Alan Brasington (John Ryder), Michael Butler (Edwin Forrest), Jeffrey Allan Chandler (Williams Charles Macready), Richard Clarke (Washington Irving, Frederick Wemyss), Hope Davis (Miss Jane Bass), Mitchell Edmonds (Tilton, Mr. Blakely), David Andrew Macdonald (Thomas Fisher, Peter Arnold), Katie MacNichol (Miss Anne Holland, Miss Helen Burton, Miss Wemyss), James Murtaugh (Scott), Susan Pellegrino (Mrs. Pope, Catherine Forrest, Agnes Robertson), Thomas Schall (Charles Clark, George Bradshaw, John Sefton, Mr. Chippindale, Robert Jones) and Graham Winton (Dion Boucicault)

Cort Theatre (Jan 16, 1992 - Feb 09, 1992)

Assistant Stage Mgr: Eric Eligator

Tony Award®


Best Actor in Play

1992 Nominee
Brian Bedford

Best Featured Actor in a Play

1992 Nominee
Željko Ivanek

Best Costume Design

1992 Nominee
Costume Design by Jane Greenwood

Best Direction of a Play

1992 Nominee
Directed by Jack O'Brien

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Actor in a Play

1992 Winner
Brian Bedford

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play

1992 Nominee
Željko Ivanek
Week Ending Gross % Gross Pot. Attendance % Capacity # Previews # Perf.
Statistics supplied are courtesy of The Broadway League.

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