“Fair is foul, and foul is fair.”
– Macbeth, Act One Scene One
Ambition. Passion. Betrayal. Murder.
The famed couple conspire to commit the same heinous deed, deal with the same traumatic fallout, and both ponder the lasting legacy of their actions. But one is seen as a tragic antihero who goes down swinging and the other as an unhinged villain who cannot cope with the aftermath of their choices. Why is that?
Vulcan Theatre Company is thrilled to present an intimate, brutal take on the classic focused on the effectiveness of cyclical violence, the existence of fate versus coincidence, and the gender roles and politics of the play, where the actors playing Macbeth and Lady Macbeth will swap roles each performance!
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Robert Bradvica
Assistant Director – Mikaila Baca-Dorion
Stage Manager – Natalie Chernicoff*
Movement Director – Rachel Weekley
Violence Choreography by Dispatch Combat Collective
Bryce Crumlish – MALCOLM
MaryKate Glenn – WITCH 1
Elizabeth O. Keith – MACBETH/LADY MACBETH
Caroline Lyons – QUEEN DUNCAN
Ryan Marcone* – MACBETH/LADY MACBETH
Bailey Newman – WITCH 2
Carly Polistina – ROSS
Charlie Rodriguez – BANQUO
Rachel Weekley – MACDUFF
Jeanna Zenz – WITCH 3
Casting for specific performances is as follows:
Ryan Marcone as MACBETH
Elizabeth O. Keith as LADY MACBETH
**Wednesday, March 11th @ 8:00PM
Friday, March 13th @ 8:00PM
Saturday, March 14th @ 8:00PM
**Pay-What-You-Can Preview Performance**
Elizabeth O. Keith as MACBETH
Ryan Marcone as LADY MACBETH
Thursday, March 12th @ 8:00PM (Opening Performance)
Saturday, March 14th @ 3:00PM
Sunday, March 15th@ 8:00PM (Closing Performance)
*Artists appear courtesy of the Actors’ Equity Association.
DISCLAIMER: This show includes physical and intimate violence and the use of knives and stage blood.