August 31, 2015

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Highlights From Alan Cumming's One-Man MacBeth on Broadway

Tony and Olivier Award winner Alan Cumming brings "toil and trouble" to Broadway in his one-man adaptation of Macbeth, staged by Tony-winning Once director John Tiffany. Set in a psychiatric unit, Cumming plays a patient who is reliving the story of Macbeth by inhabiting all of the characters in Shakespeare's bloody work, while Jenny Sterlin and Brendan Titley perform as ward attendants. The production plays Broadway's Ethel Barrymore Theatre. See a Playbill Photo Call of the show.








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