Enter Shakespeare’s darkest, bloodiest (and shortest) tragedy. Spectacularly staged, costumed and lit by the brilliant team of Fred Abrahamse and Marcel Meyer of Abrahamse and Meyer Productions.
A brilliant all male cast bring life to this dark tale of ambition, treachery and murder in a way that only Abrahamse is able to achieve, telling a story as current today as it was centuries ago.
A satisfying theatrical experience as any you are likely to experience anywhere.
While those still studying the work will reap huge benefits and insights from attendance, so too will any theatre-goer who is merely there to be entertained by theatre of a world class.
A remarkable production.
In it’s earlier Johannesburg run, MACBETH has garnered an impressive 9 Naledi Theatre Nominations:
Best Production of a Play; two nominations for Best Supporting/Featured Actor in a Play; Best Lead Performance in a Play; Best Ensemble; Best Original Score; Best Lighting and Best Costume Design.
MACBETH is on the boards at The Theatre on The Bay from 15 May – 1 June