Event Macbeth
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Venue Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide, SA
First Date 25 August 2017
Last Date 16 September 2017
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Description Macbeth. The perfect embodiment of ego and ambition? Or a grief stricken soldier trying to fill a hole in his heart that has no end? Lady Macbeth. The mistress of manipulation and power behind the throne? Or a shattered not-quite mother, fractured from the world around her? This extraordinary tale charts the brutal rise and fall of one of the theatre’s most complex couples as we follow them on their increasingly merciless path towards the crown.

Shakespeare’s grand tragedy will be jump-started by the State Theatre Company Ensemble, with Nathan O’Keefe (Things I Know To Be True, Betrayal) and Anna Steen (The Importance of Being Earnest, The 39 Steps) as the conjoined, madly beating hearts around which a vengeance-soaked world spins.
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Drama
Subjects Shakespeare
Name Function Notes
Rachel Burke Actor Witch / Fleance / Macduff Jnr
Elena Carapetis Actor Lady Macduff / Chorus / Murderer
Peter Carroll Actor Duncan/Porter/Chorus
Miranda Daughtry Actor Ross / Chorus / Murderer
Rashidi Edwards Actor Malcolm / Chorus / Murderer
Dale March Actor Banquo / Chorus
Nathan O'Keefe Actor Macbeth
Christopher Pitman Actor Macduff / Chorus
Anna Steen Actor Lady Macbeth
James Raggatt Assistant Director
Catherine Turner Assistant Stage Manager
Victoria Lamb Costume Designer
Geordie Brookman Director
Jana de Biasi Dresser and wigs
Ruth Fallon Fight Director
Ashley Knight Head Mechanist
Geoff Cobham Lighting Designer
Dave Green Lighting Operator Head Lighting
Daniel Voss Lighting Operator Board Programmer
DJ Trip Musical Arranger
William Shakespeare Playwright
Victoria Lamb Set Designer
Andrew Howard Sound Designer
David Gallasch Sound Operator/Engineer
Hollee Guntner Stage Manager
Text Nationality England
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Event Identifier 125762