Cast for Fall Production of Macbeth Named

Posted: August 30, 2018

Director Russ Marcel has announced the cast list for Bellarmine's fall production of Macbeth.

Character Actor
Macbeth David DeRuiter '19
Lady Macbeth Zoe Prior
Duncan, Doctor Arash Shavany '19
Malcolm Niko Vuckovich '20
Donalbain, MacD's son, Act V Mess Sawyer Kennedy '22

Banquo Josiah Cannon '20
Fleance, Young Siward Luke Desouza-Lawrence '22
Macduff Matthew Swain '19
Lady Macduff, Murd 2, Gentlewoman Clara Matlack

Witch 1 Gigi Ward
Witch 2 Madison Goffney
Witch 3 Anthony Scurto '20
Ross Chris Boennighausen '19
Lennox Bianca Romero
Angus, Porter Rory Chinn '20
Caithness, Old Man Patrick Ryan '19
Captain, Murderer 1, Old Siward Leo Mangalindan '19
Seyton (Murderer 3) Diego Bernal '20




Assistant Directors Connor Reams '19, Ella Nowinski
Stage Manager Ben Walker '19




Tech Director, Set Designer Gregg Carlson, Alex Yasuda
Lighting Designer, Director Maren Lane
Director Russ Marcel


Thanks to all who auditioned for your enthusiasm and courage in trying out and sharing your talent.

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