Behind every great man…
Macbeth is an interesting Shakespearean work given there are no less than four strong and influential female roles within the text that drive much of the plot. However, while they are all indisputably powerful and influential, not one of them gets to hold the tile of leader.
Running October 13–21 at the McClelland College Performing Arts Centre, Karingal, this is a production of Macbeth not to be missed.
Come you spirits that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here, and fill me from the crown to the toe top-full of direst cruelty. — Lady Macbeth
Performers from the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston & surrounding areas, Melbourne:
Lauren Browne, Amber Budd, Harriet Byron, Sarah Chapman, Cathy Dickinson, Edan Goodall, Isabelle Ileris, Imogen Kalisch, Vicky Karitinos, Ellen Kiley, Nadia Luther, Lucinda McIntyre, Ebonee McKean, Leikny Middleton, Roisin O’Neill, Gabrielle Rando, Madeline Rintoul, April Sheahan, Gemma Sylvester-Keech, Melanie Thomas, Jett Thomas, Angie Tonkin, Danni Vrondou & Robert Williams
Director: Emma Sproule
Shows: 13th, 14th, 19th, 20th & 21st October 2017
Where: McClelland College Performing Arts Centre
26 Alexander Crescent
Karingal, 3199 (entry off Karingal Drive)
Tickets available at:-
Drinks at bar prices.
Dionysus Theatre is a contemporary company, established on the Mornington Peninsula by Victorian Drama League award-winning Director Emma Sproule.