SCHOOLS OF THE STARS: Where Macbeth Cast and Creators Went to College

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Here is a rundown on where the principals of the Broadway revival of Shakespeare’s Macbeth pursued their college studies.

Ethan Hawke: Carnegie Mellon University and New York University
Anne-Marie Duff: Drama Centre
Malcolm Gets: University of Florida and Yale School of Drama
John Glover: Towson University
Brian d'Arcy James: Northwestern University
Daniel Sunjata: Florida A&M University, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts
Shirine Babb: The Old Globe/University of San Diego; East 15 Acting Conservatory
John Patrick Doherty: Yale School of Drama
Austin Durant: Temple University and Yale School of Drama
Francesca Faridany: Drama Center
Stephanie Fieger: New York University
Ben Horner: New York University and Yale School of Drama
Aaron Krohn: Old Globe/University of San Diego
Paul Kite: University of Evansville and Rutgers University
Jeremiah Maestas: Brooklyn College and University of San Diego
Nathan Stark: Ball State University
Patrick Vaill: New York University
Tyler Lansing Weaks: Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company
Derek Wilson: New York University
Ruy Iskandar: New York University

Jack O'Brien (Direction): University of Michigan
Scott Pask (Scenic Design): University of Arizona and Yale University
Catherine Zuber (Costume Design): Yale School of Drama
Angelina Avallone (Make-up): Yale School of Drama
Benjamin Endsley Klein (Associate Director): University of Michigan

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