by William Shakespeare
directed by Blanka Zizka
September 29, 2010November 13, 2010

Meet the Artists

 • Set Designer


Ames Adamson • Ross/Porter
Nako Adodoadji • Weird Sister
Jacqueline Antaramian • Lady Macbeth
Krista Apple-Hodge • Weird Sister
Mark Cairns • Ensemble
Antonio J. Dandridge • Fleance
Robert DaPonte • Donalbain
Avery Garlic • Macduff's Son
John Greenbaum • Ensemble
John Jarboe • Bloody Sergeant
Rachael Joffred • Weird Sister
Albert Jones • Macduff
Kevin Meehan • Lennox
Michael Rudko • Duncan
Lindsay Smiling • Banquo
Luigi Sottile • Malcolm
Ed Swidey • Angus
CJ Wilson • Macbeth
Ian Sullivan • Ensemble
Joshua Dingle • Ensemble

Production Team

Blanka Zizka • Director
Oana Botez • Costume Designer
Tyler Micoleau • Lighting Designer
Daniel Perelstein • Sound Designer
Pavel Fajt • Composer
Brian Sanders • Choreographer
J. Alex Cordaro • Fight Director
Patreshettarlini Adams • Stage Manager
Andrew Wade • Voice and Text Consultant
Pavel Fajt

Pavel Fajt has been one of the most prominent musicians on the Czech alternative rock scene. As a drummer, a composer, and a bandleader, he has been instrumental in the shaping of a distinctive Czech rock identity. Back home, he first got noticed among the seminal group Dunaj. Internationally, he is best-known for his duo with Iva Bittová and for his appearance in the film and on the soundtrack Step Across the Border about avant-garde guitar hero Fred Frith. Fajt released his first solo album, Drum Trek, in 2001. In 2008 Fajt released a CD titled Autopilote..IDO (EMI) and worked on the MAJ Theater project, composing music and performing based on reading poetry by Miroslav Wanek. In 2009, he released the CD Santini Constellation, a collection of solo compositions inspired by churches built by Baroque architect Jan Aichel Santini. Also in 2009, Fajt was a member of improvised band Mia Zabelka Trio including Mia Zabelka (violin) and Johannes Frisch (bass) and in 2010 Fajt established Pavel Fajt & Free, a new multiethnic band based on rhythms and grooves.