One night, some kids went into the woods with a camera …
When morning came, the camera was all that was left of them.
Witches circle a dark shed in the woods. A woman scrubs at bloody stains that no one else can see. Ghosts cry for revenge as a usurper takes the throne from its rightful king, while a prophecy swiftly closes in. And all throughout, a video camera rolls on…
Inspired by The Blair Witch Project and other contemporary found-footage horror movies, this Shakespearean tale of horror, ambition, and the lengths we'll go for power gains a terrifyingly modern edge, as director Daniel Thomas Blackwell spins a tale fit for telling around the campfire.
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Daniel Thomas Blackwell
April 5-13, 2019
The Mosesian Center for the Arts Blackbox
Director: Daniel Thomas Blackwell
Stage Manager: Laura Danek
Assistant Stage Manager: Mirabella Pisani
Dramaturg: Isabel Dollar
Scenic Design: Zachary Stern
Scenic Carpenters: Christopher Marks and Duncan Kennedy
Lighting Design: Erik Fox
Projection Design: Elizabeth Gove
Costume Design: Evelyn Quinn
Sound Design and Composition: Joshua Garcia
Sound Liaison: Ilan Grossmann
Fight Director: Lauren Squier
Underlings Co-Director: Lelaina Vogel
Publicity Manager: Sarah Batista-Pereira
Macbeth - Cassie Foote
Lady Macbeth and others - Olivia Caputo
Malcolm and others - Valera Bamgbala
Banquo, Porter, and others - Victoria Brancazio
Duncan, Macduff, and others - Sylvia Sword
Lennox, Lady Macduff, and others - Olivia Dumaine
Violence, smoking, and flashing lights.
The Underlings Theatre Co.'s production of Macbeth has recognized by StageSource's Gender Parity Task Force with a Standing O, which celebrates productions that have achieved certain gender parity benchmarks.
To celebrate gender parity in Boston theater, please join us for a Parity Party on Macbeth's Opening Night!
We are proud that Macbeth includes:
A cast composed entirely of women and non-binary performers.
A design team with greater than 50% representation of women and non-binary performers.
A focus on women's and gender-related storytelling.
Join us for our take on this classic play, inspired by found-footage horror films like The Blair Witch Project. After the show, snacks and drinks will be served.