A gallery of images from Folger Theatre's production of Macbeth.
By William Shakespeare
Adapted by William Davenant
Music performed by Folger Consort
Directed by Robert Richmond
Scenic Design by Tony Cisek
Costume Design by Mariah Anzaldo Hale
Lighting Design by Andrew F. Griffin
Sound Design by Matt Otto
On stage at Folger Theatre, September 4 - 23, 2018.
Lady Macbeth (Kate Eastwood Norris) calls on spirits to “unsex me here” in Davenant’s Restoration-era adaptation of Macbeth.
l to r: The witches (Ethan Watermeier, Emily Noël, and Rachael Montgomery) at work over Duncan’s (Louis Butelli) body.
"I have done the deed.” Macbeth (Ian Merrill Peakes) in shock after murdering Duncan in Folger Theatre’s Macbeth.
Macbeth (Ian Merrill Peakes, center) explains to the honorable Macduff (Chris Genebach) why he slew Duncan’s chambermen. Witches (Rachael Montgomery and Emily Noël) look on.
King Duncan (Louis Butelli, second from left) in performance with the wayward sisters (l to r: Emily Noël, Rachael Montgomery, Ethan Watermeier) in Folger Theatre’s Restoration-era production of Macbeth.
Duncan’s sons Malcolm (Rafael Sebastian, left) and Donalbain (John Floyd) discuss their future plans in Folger Theatre’s Macbeth.
The witches (l to r: Ethan Watermeier, Rachael Montgomery, Emily Noël) in song in William Davenant’s Restoration-era adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
Macduff (Chris Genebach, left) speaks of the state of Scotland under Macbeth’s rule to young Malcolm (Rafael Sebastian).
The witches (Ethan Watermeier and Rachael Montgomery) and Hecate, possessing the body of young Fleance (Owen Peakes) in Folger Theatre's Macbeth.
Macbeth (Ian Merrill Peakes, left) battles the honorable Macduff (Chris Genebach) in Davenant’s Restoration-era adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
Macduff (Chris Genebach) places the crown of Scotland on Malcolm (Rafael Sebastian), with Donalbain (John Floyd, far right) and company looking on.