Performed October 28-29, November 4, 5, 11, 12, 1961, at the Whitman Theatre, 20 South Penrose. Cast: Rodney Price (Duncan); Victor Warren (Malcolm); John Risken (Donalbain); Michael Leibert (Macbeth); Neil Buren (Banquo); David Coxwell (Macduff); Douglas Sell (Lennox); Maury Weir (Ross); Roger Whitlock (Menteith); David Elderkin (Angus); Edward Eckermann (Caithness); Steven Kenyon (Fleance); William Douglas, Jr., Rod Alexander (Siward); Judson Weaver (Young Siward); Douglas Crowell (Seyton); Ellis Leroy Carlyle (Boy); Girl (Adrienne Alexander); Stuart Davis (A Captain); Rod Price (An English Doctor); William Ashworth (A Scottish Doctor); Neil Buren (Porter); Edward Eckermann (Old Man); Stuart Davis (First Murtherer); Judson Weaver (Second Murtherer); Nancy Simon (Lady Macbeth); Beverly Bixby (Lady Macduff); Carolyn Tyson (Gentlewoman); Susan Kay Bradway (Gentlewoman); Margaret Keiter (First Weird Sister); Susan Kirkpatrick (Second Weird Sister); Virginia Arnett (Third Weird Sister); Servants: Barbara Ann Meyer, Judith Rypins, Susan Kay Bradway, William Ashworth; Attendants on King Duncan: Robert Meyer, John Risken, Charles Rypins, William Bradway Asst. Director: Arlene DuMond; Asst. in Drama, Instructor in Mime: William Douglas, Jr.; Theatre Secretary: Mrs. Connie Anderson; Theatre Custodian: Mr. Eugene Bradford Stage movement and battle sequences under the direction of: William Douglas, Jr.; Music designer: Dr. David Burge; Costume and Set Construction: Theatre Company Class, Dramatic Art 31, Play Production, Dramatic Art 47, and the Cast
Walter Highberg, Robert Hegland
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