September 29 – October 15
Scroll down for plot summary, creative team and more!
Cast and Creative Team
From left to right, Tokunbo Joshua Olumide (Macduff), Alexander Platt (Macbeth) and Meri Stypinski (Lady Macbeth) lead a dynamic cast featuring a few familiar faces and a new class of Worc @ Play actor trainees.
It takes a village to produce live theatre! Below, learn more about the full creative team behind Macbeth.
Dr. Kathryn Moncrief
Robert St. Laurence
Fight Director (See Also Cast)
Valerie Zolezzi-Wyndham, Promoting Good
Assistant Costume Designer + Wardrobe Supervisor
Lighting Designer + Head Electrician
Production Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
CAST (IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE)
Cristiano Lourenço, Jr.**
Second Witch, U/S Lady Macbeth
Third Witch, U/S Lady Macduff
Robert St. Laurence*
Malcolm, U/S Murderer
Ross, U/S Macbeth, Duncan, Macduff
Tokunbo Joshua Olumide
Seyton, U/S Malcolm
Murderer, U/S Ross
Servant, U/S Witches, Captain, Doctor
*Member, Actors’ Equity Association
** Student, Worc At Play
This production of Macbeth was originally developed with The Hanover Theatre Conservatory Youth Acting Company. Special thanks to the cast and creative team of that production, including Meghan Montaner, Erin Kearney, Amanda Lattanzi, Jacob DiLauro, Perri Sylvester, Robert St. Laurence, Brenda Shepard and Jess Beyer.
Plot Summary and Production Concept
Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble
PLOT SUMMARY. A celebrated military general, Macbeth encounters a trio of witches who foretell his destiny to rule Scotland. Consumed with ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth assassinates King Duncan, only to be wracked with guilt and paranoia. To protect his rise to power and deflect suspicion, Macbeth commits more murders, quickly transforming into a treacherous tyrant. Civil war erupts, Lady Macbeth descends into madness and a Scottish noble named Macduff vows to avenge his nation torn asunder.
THT REP’S PRODUCTION. Fair is foul in this fast-paced take on Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy. Cut to a swift 90 minutes and helmed by THT Rep’s Artistic Director, Livy Scanlon, the action comes to life through a large cast and inventive staging with post-apocalyptic vibes. Join us for a sleek, bleak rendition of Macbeth’s bloody rise to power and calamitous demise!