2016 05 M Small

May 4th to 7th, 2016 - 8 pm
May 11th to 14th, 2016 - 8 pm

Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall, Queen's University

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Tickets: $25 adults / $22 students/seniors / $12 Youth (16 and under)

Double, double, toil and trouble. Sometimes, the quest for fame can be deadly! In this emotionallycharged twist on Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Mac, lead singer for the band MacDeath, faces off against Duncan, lead for the Kings of Duncan, on his way to the top of the charts in the growing grunge music scene in Seattle in the ‘90s. Along the way we meet three strangely prophetic groupies; his very driven wife Lady; and a cadre of band-mates, rivals and sleazy music industry types.

Directed by Eirik Rutherford


Ross - Mike Reid
Natalie - Rebecca Fryer
Natalie (understudy) - Linda Murray
Mac - Zorba Dravillas
Lady - Kelti Roy
Banquo - Max Davidson
Hecate - Kyla Jackson
Cynthia - Madelin Dawson
Jodi - Alexis Nybom
Leigh - Melissa Radford
Porter - Miriam Smith
Lenny - Eric Hutten
Stage Hand 1 - Shannon Stimpson
Stage Hand 2 - Aaron Ramos-Lazetta
Duncan - Nikolas Yuen
Sabrina - Nicole Garrett
Roxanne - Jen Ferguson
Gracy - Alana McGraw
MacDuff - Christian Milanovic
Party Extra - Hayley Hudson
Drums - Josh McEvoy
Guitar - Chris Neely
Bass - Caleb Stringer


Kingston playwright/director stages Macbeth adaptation with grungy twist
EMC Kingston, Thursday, April 21, 2016

Kingston play combines Shakespeare, grunge music
Kingston Whig Standard, Saturday, May 7, 2016


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