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Macbeth ()


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Sir Patrick Stewart stars in a gripping Tony-nominated production.

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Cast

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Macbeth
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Lady Macbeth
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Oliver Burch ...
Servant
Suzanne Burden ...
Lady Macduff
Ben Carpenter ...
Donalbain
Hugo Docking ...
Macduff Son
Lillian Dummer ...
Macduff Daughter
Madeleine Dummer ...
Macduff Daughter
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Macduff
Polly Frame ...
Witch / Gentlewoman
Bertie Gilbert ...
Fleance
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Malcolm
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Witch
Hywel John ...
Bloody Sergeant
Christopher Knott ...
Old Siward
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Witch
Bill Nash ...
Angus
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The Porter
Mark Rawlings ...
Lennox
Paul Shelley ...
Duncan
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Ross
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Banquo

Directed by

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Rupert Goold

Written by

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William Shakespeare ... (by)

Produced by

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Mark Bell ... executive producer
Sebastian Grant ... co-producer
David Horn ... executive producer
John Wyver ... co-producer

Music by

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Adam Cork

Cinematography by

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Sam McCurdy

Film Editing by

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Trevor Waite

Editorial Department

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Siôn Penny ... on-line editor (as Sion Penny)

Art Direction by

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James Hendy
James Wakefield

Costume Design by

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Mike O'Neill

Makeup Department

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Andrea Illes ... makeup artist
Kristyan Mallett ... prosthetics designer
Lucybelle Thompson ... makeup artist
Deanne Turner ... makeup designer
Issy Webley ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Jennie Fava ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Carlos Fidel ... second assistant director
Natalie Malla ... third assistant director
Richard Styles ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Callum Andrew ... construction manager (as Callum Andrews)
Blair Barnette ... scenic artist
Lynne Benelick ... props
Tim Hewitt ... art department runner
Lizzie Kilham ... standby art director
Katie Lock ... art department runner
Simon Marsay ... art department runner
Nikhil McDuff ... art department runner
Verity Sadler ... assistant art director
Kate Thomas ... production buyer

Sound Department

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Adrian Bell ... sound recordist
Paul Davies ... sound editor
James Gibb ... boom operator
Mark Norgate ... adr recordist
Peter Shaw ... sound effects editor
Andrew Stirk ... supervising sound editor and re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Siôn Penny ... titles design (as Sion Penny)
Anna Lind Sævarsdóttir ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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James Cundill ... visual effects artist
Asa Shoul ... digital colorist

Stunts

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Terry King ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Sergio Bernuzzi ... grip
Dan Carling ... digital imaging technician
Gary Chaisty ... gaffer
Mark Day ... best boy
Jess Doxey ... camera trainee
Rodrigo Gutierrez ... camera operator
John Heald ... grip
Phil Humphries ... first assistant camera
Mark Jenkinson ... electrician
Stefan R. Krzysiak ... second assistant camera
Owen Richards ... electrician
John Taylor ... steadicam operator
Matthew Waving ... first assistant camera: b-cam

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jessica Allen ... costume assistant
Katerina Pesulova ... costume assistant

Music Department

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Mark Berrow ... musician: violin
Rachel Bolt ... viola
Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist (as Thomas G. Boyd)
Isobel Griffiths ... orchestra contractor
Bruce White ... musician: viola
Jonathan Williams ... musician: cello soloist

Other crew

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Blair Barnette ... runner
Peter Hancock ... runner
Yoni Higgsmith ... post production coordinator (as Yoni Smith)
Mick Hurrell ... health and safety
Zoe Morgan ... script supervisor
Ali Payne-James ... floor runner
Kate Selby ... floor runner

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Storyline

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Also Known As
  • Macbeth (United Kingdom)
Runtime
  • 160 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Paul Shelley, who plays Duncan, played Duncan's son Donalbain in the 1971 Roman Polanski -directed version of Macbeth (1971). See more »
Movie Connections Featured in 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2011). See more »

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