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The Monday Play

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Macbeth by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE with Denis Quilley Hannah Gordon
Clifford Rose , John Rowe Nigel Terry
Stuart Organ
Music by Ilona Sekacz
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Denis Quilley
Unknown: Hannah Gordon
Unknown: Clifford Rose
Unknown: John Rowe
Unknown: Nigel Terry
Music By: Ilona Sekacz
Directed By: Martin Jenkins
First witch: Carole Boyd
Second witch: Susan Brown
Third witch: Pauline Siddle
Duncan,: King Of
Scotland: Clifford Rose
Malcolm, his son: Stuart Organ
Bloody sergeant/Porter: John Holus
Lennox: Geoffrey Collins
Ross: Sean Barrett
Macbeth: Denis Quilley
Banquo: Nigel Terry
Angus: David Peart
Lady Macbeth: Hannah Gordon
Seyton: John Webb
Fleance,: Banquo'S Son/
Lady MacdufF son: Elizabeth Lindsay
Macduff: John Rowe
Donalbain, Duncan's son: Richard Huw
Old man/Doctor: Michael Bilton
First murderer: Kerry Francis
Second murderer/Menteith: James Bryce
Hecate, Queen of the witch/Gentlewoman: Jane Wenham
Scottish lord/Old Siward: Manning Wilson
Lady: MacDuffjane Knowles
Caithness: James Kerry
Young Siward: Michael Jenner

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