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Macbeth
CATEGORY : DRAMA


COMPANY : North Spings High School Drama Department
VENUE : Stage Door Players [WEBSITE]
ID# 787

SHOWING : October 02, 2003 - October 05, 2003

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Cast Brian Kimmel
Costumer Stephan Parms
Macduff Andrew Durand
child of MacDuff Kayla Victoria Fikis
1st Murderer Max Flick
witch Stephanie Friedman
Witch Melissa Michele Goodfellow
Macbeth Jimi Kocina
Witch Jen Krider
Donalbain Brian Mann
Witch Shannon McKenna
Lady Macduff Amber Moorer
Son of MacDuff David Olson
Witch Gwendolyn Eve Stembridge
Banquo Jeff Stephenson
Lennox Jessica Leigh Unker
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REVIEWS

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A New View to Macbeth
by Shawnstein
Friday, October 3, 2003
5.0
I don't quite understand why this is showing Stage Door because it is not associated with that as far as I know....the show takes place at the High School and it is very captivating. As most of you know (who know me) I am not a great Shakespeare fan( yeah yeah yeah ) , but they have put an industrial twist on the show and it is full of many great performance.Also, it is only about 1 hour and 15 minutes which is GREAT. From the moment you walk in, there are touches that can intrigue and the percussion used throughout the show is fantastic. Oh course a few actors do stick out such as Macbeth( Jimi) for a high school student he shows a poise and a mastery that can boggle at times .You feel every nuance of his performance and I know he has a great future on the stage. As Lady Macbeth , Amber gives a firey and seductive performance and you see her sanity leave ( moment by momnet)as the show progresses. Oh course as MacDuff, Andrew shines...he brings a forcefullness and tenderness to the stage at the same time and you feel his pain when he discovers the fate of his family.

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Lady Macbeth by wwmoviestar
I saw the show last night and it was wonderful! But you have Lady Macbeth as Amber. The actual actress who played this part with umpth was Kate Binkow. She was great! And you are right about Jimi. He is the perfect Shakespearian actor.


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