Anne-Marie Duff made her Broadway debut playing Lady Macbeth in the Jack O'Brien-helmed production of Macbeth. Duff, an Olivier Award nominee who took on the iconic roles of Queen Elizabeth, Joan of Arc and Nora in A Doll's House in England prior to coming to the Great White Way, found humanity and sympathy in the often-reviled wife of the ambitious Thane of Cawdor, who was played by Tony nominee Ethan Hawke. "That's the quest for the kingdom — for me to play her as a woman that exists, not some excuse for his bad behavior," Duff told Playbill.com. "I think it's very easy to go down that path. You don't want that sort of reactionary opinion." Read Playbill.com's interview with Duff here.
Set in the magical world of La Belle Epoque Paris, where fashion, glamour, and passion prevail, Lerner and Loewe's celebrated musical is a romantic comedy about one young woman's journey to find her true self... and her true love.