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"To explore the full depth and complexity of Macbeth,
 we must risk to its limits the stance that
nothing human is allien to us. All Shakespeare's
great tragic characters slide from heights of
decency and position to welter in a dark world of
proscribed impulse; but only Macbeth and his Lady 
choose evil, and follow it headlong down."
                      Marvin Rosenberg, 1978.



Theatre: Jenny Karezi
Producer: Contemporary Theatre of Athens
Opening night: 25th of December 1994



Production team :

Translator: YIORGOS HIMONAS
Director : ANDREW VISNEVSKY
Designer: FOTINI DIMOU
Composer: MIKIS THEODORAKIS
Lighting designer: BEN ORMEROD
Fighting director: CHRISTOFOROS BOUBOUKIS
Sound director: LOUCAS HADJIS
Administrator: VASSILIS GEORGIADIS
Marketing & Publicity director: ARGIRO BOZONI
Assistant director :  MANOS TZIMPRAGOS



Cast :

Duncan: ANDREAS ZISIMATOS
Malcolm: KONSTANTINOS KAZAKOS
Bonaldbain: ANGELOS KEHAYIAS
Macbeth: GEORGE KIMOULIS
Lady Macbeth: KARIOFYLIA KARABETI
Seyton: SPIROS KONSTANTOPOULOS
Banquo: NICOS GAROFALOU	
Fleance: PETROS APOSTOLOPOULOS
Macduff: NICOS GALIATSOS
Lady Macduff: ANTIGONE GLIKOFRIDI
Son of Macduff: STAVROS MANOLAS
Gentlewoman: DAFNE LAMBROYIANNI
Porter: SPIROS KONSTANTOPOULOS
Ross: YIORGOS STRIFTARIS
Lennox: ANTONIS PALLIS
Angus: STATHIS VOUTOS
Caithness: ANGELOS KEHAYIAS
Doctor: NICOS GAROFALOU
First murderer: STATHIS VOUTOS
Second murderer: NICOS PSARAS
First witch: KARIOFYLIA KARABETI
Second witch: ANTIGONE GLIKOFRIDI
Third witch: DAFNE LAMBROYIANNI
Captain: NICOS PSARAS
Young Siward: NICOS PSARAS

Apparitions,Lords,Gentlements,
Officers,Soldiers,Attendants and Messengers 
played by the Company.    
 
      
    Kariofylia Karabeti (Lady Macbeth)
    & George Kimoulis (Macbeth), ActI, Sc.7
" When you durst do it, then you were a man."

           
            
         Kimoulis George (Macbeth), ActIII,Sc.2
         "O, full of scorpions is my mind..."



      
       Kimoulis George (Macbeth), Act.V, Sc.5
 " I have almost forgot the taste of fears."


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