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Antaeus Archive:

2012 Season


July 5 – August 26, 2012

Written by: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Jessica Kubzansky

In this macabre tale of Scottish legends, witches, hallucinations and power, Shakespeare’s bloodiest couple thrash against the rise of their own consciences. The bard’s most disturbing tragedy, Macbeth is a compelling psychological and political thriller that follows Macbeth’s transformation from battlefield hero to bloody tyrant, revealing the human soul’s darkest depths.


Recommended for Ages 16+


MACBETH: Bo Foxworth, Rob Nagle
LADY MACBETH: Ann Noble, Tessa Auberjonois
HECATE/LADY MACDUFF: Kitty Swink, Kimiko Gelman
WITCH ONE: Fran Bennett, Lorna Raver
WITCH TWO: Susan Boyd Joyce, Jane Carr
WITCH THREE: Elizabeth Swain, Saundra McClain
DUNCAN/SEYTON: Peter Van Norden, Ned Schmidtke
MALCOM: Brian Tichnell, Christian Barillas
DONALBAIN: Ian Littleworth, Paul Culos
BANQUO: Joe Holt, Ramón de Ocampo
FLEANCE/SON MACDUFF: Dylan La Rocque, Jack Lancaster
MACDUFF: James Sutorius, Daniel Blinkoff
ROSS: John Sloan, Armin Shimerman
LENNOX: Joe Delafield, Jeff Thomas Gardner
ANGUS: Jesse Sharp, Alexander Knox
MENTEITH: Jason Thomas, Gerard Marzilli
AITHNESS/2ND MURDERER: Sam Breen, Daniel Dorr
DOCTOR/SIWARD: Steve Hofvendahl, Todd Waring
GENTLEWOMAN: Rebekah Tripp, Joanna Strapp
FIRST MURDERER: Adam Meyer, Brian Abraham

*member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. This production is presented under the auspices of the Actors’ Equity Los Angeles Membership Company Rule

Production Team

Scenic Design: Tom Buderwitz
Costume Design: Jessica Olson
Lighting Design: Jeremy Pivnick
Sound Design: John Zalewski
Property Design: Heather Ho
Fight Direction: Peter Katona
Stage Manager: Katherine E. Haan

“Clear and absorbing.” – LA Weekly

“The greatest tribute to the Company is the strength of technique in the supporting parts.” – The Hollywood Reporter

“The Antaeus theatre displays an incredible sense of dedication to the craft of theatre.” – Playwriting in the City


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