Season 2, 2012


Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Samuel Chappel

A tale of love, murder, betrayal and deceit, The Tragedy of Macbeth explores how powerful human emotions, when carefully manipulated, can lead us to perform unfathomable deeds. Shakespeare’s beautifully crafted language profoundly displays the effect our desires and deeds can have on our lives and on the lives of those we love.

Performance Dates

Evening Performances – 8pm:
April 2012: Fri 13th, Sat 14th, Fri 20th, Sat 21st, Fri 27th, Sat 28th

MatinĂ©e Performances – 2pm:
April 2012: Sat 14th, Sat 21st, Sat 28th

Twilight Performance – 5pm:
April 2012: Sun 22nd


Macbeth – Peter Tedford
Lady Macbeth – Cathy Patti
Macduff – Marcus Ingleby
Malcolm – Gordon Bedlow
First Witch / Lady Macduff – Michaela Smith
Second Witch / Gentlewoman – Lauren Bradley
Third Witch / Lord / Seyton – Rosie Renye
Banquo – Chris Cousens
Ross – Claire Watt
Lennox – Julian Camara
Duncan – Colin Donald
Murderer #1 / Porter / Sergeant / Doctor – Aynslie Watson
Murderer #2 / Caithness – Jocelyn Cowley
Murderer #3 / Menteith – Chloe Bedlow
Fleance / Macduff’s Son – Chloe Kues
Attendant / Messenger / Servant – Alex O’Neill


Director – Samuel Chappel
Assistant Director – Laura Bradley
Production Co-Ordinator – Aynslie Watson
Stage Manager – Colin Donald