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Spotlight: Macbeth

“Macbeth”, as edited by Nathan Criman, presented by Warren Players, erupts right from the witches’ cauldron onto the Struthers Library Theatre stage, July 24-26 at 8:00 P.M. and July 27 at 2:00 P.M.  William Shakespeare’s famous epic tragedy tells the story of Macbeth’s (Andrew Stalder) undoing by three witches’ (Katie Gray, Sarah Roney, and Abbey Koebley) enchantments and the scheming of his very own wife, Lady Macbeth (Haley Nelson).

“Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble.”

Sarah Roney, and Abbey Koebley, Katie Grey (Witches) “Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble.”

Rounding out the cast is  Randy Johnson (Banquo), Jeremiah Shepherd (Macduff), Eric Zavinski (Lennox), Michael Shingler (Ross), Jordan Burrows (Malcolm), Connor Rosborough (Angus/Seyton), Tristan Brumigan (Duncan), Dray Anderson (Donalbain/Siward), Alexis Delco (Hecate), Samantha Tome (Lady Macduff/Old Woman), Andy Lawani (Fleance), Jalayna Latshaw (Gentle Woman), Sydney Ewing (Doctor), Ian Laih (Sergeant), John Wortman (Porter), Amy Simmons (Young Siward/Macduff’s Daughter), Ryan McGuiness (Meneith), and Bryan Johnson (Caithness).

Jeramiah Shephard (Macduff: Scotttish nobleman) and Andrew Stalder (Macbeth: A general of the Scottish Army)  “Yield thee, coward.”

Jeramiah Shephard (Macduff: Scotttish nobleman) and Andrew Stalder (Macbeth: A general of the Scottish Army)
“Yield thee, coward.”

Jordan Burrows (Malcom: Son of Duncan) and Shephard          “Hail, King of Scotland!”

Jordan Burrows (Malcom: Son of Duncan) and Shephard
“Hail, King of Scotland!”

“Macbeth” is student directed by Jordan Ewing and John Wortman and mentored by Deborah Murphy and R. Scott Schriner.  This dramatic work is performed and produced by youth in all areas of production under the mentorship of seasoned Warren Players members.  The production team includes Gregory Swab, production manager, mentored by Deborah Murphy, Alex Dolinger, stage manager, mentored by R. Scott Schriner, Mayan Cook, costume mistress, mentored by Dixie Brumagin, Haley Genberg, set design /construction, mentored by Gary Brumagin, Sean McGuinness and Barb Crowley lighting design, Sam Baily, sound technician, and Mayan Cook, Haley Genberg, and Gregory Swab, properties, mentored by Deborah Murphy.

Tristan Brumagin (Duncan: King of Scotland)                        Pondering Macbeth’s bravery in the revolt of Cawdor

Tristan Brumagin (Duncan: King of Scotland)
Pondering Macbeth’s bravery in the revolt of Cawdor

Mark your calendars now and don’t miss this classic production.  Tickets are $10 per person and may be purchased in advance by calling the theatre’s office at 723-7231.  Children aged 5 and under are admitted free.  Assisted listening devices and handicapped seating may also be reserved. “Macbeth” is produced by special arrangement with Encore Performance Publishing.

 Haley Nelson (Lady Macbeth)                                                “You see, her eyes are open.  Ay but their sense is shut.”

Haley Nelson (Lady Macbeth)
“You see, her eyes are open. Ay but their sense is shut.”

Boonies Looking for Potential Actresses

The Boonies Film group is searching for potential actresses age 19 through mid 30′s for a film to be made in the future. Some filming will occur this Saturday, July 12, 2014 for a 48 hour film project. No other dates are currently known for the filming. If you are interested in being on a list to be called, please call Jeff Clark at 814-730-7375. Being placed on the list does not guarantee you a part, but guarantees a call will be placed to you when the filming date is announced. If you are unavailable or have decided not to be in the film, you are under no obligation to accept a role.

“Macbeth”: July 24th-26th

MacbethWarren Players will present William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”, as edited by Nathan Criman, on the Struthers Library Theatre stage, July 24- 26 at 8:00 P.M. and July 27 at 2:00 P.M. This epic tragedy tells the story of Macbeth’s (Andrew Stalder) untimely encounter with three witches (Katie Gray, Sarah Roney, and Abbey Koebley) and the ultimate fulfillment of prophesy.

Rounding out the cast is Haley Nelson (Lady Macbeth), Randy Johnson (Banquo), Jeremiah Shepherd (Macduff), Eric Zavinski (Lennox), Michael Shingler (Ross), Jordan Burrows (Malcolm), Connor Rosborough (Angus/Seyton), Tristan Brumigan (Duncan), Dray Anderson (Donalbain/Siward), Alexis Delco (Hecate), Samantha Tome (Lady Macduff/Old Woman), Andy Lawani (Fleance), Jalayna Latshaw (Gentle Woman), Sydney Ewing (Doctor), Ian Laih (Sergeant), Tyler Dziendziel (Porter), Amy Simmons (Young Siward/Daughter), Ryan McGuinness (Meneith), and Bryan Johnson (Caithness).

“Macbeth” is directed by Jordi Ewing and John Wortman and mentored by Deborah Murphy and R. Scott Schriner. This student directed production is performed and produced by youth in all production areas under the mentorship of seasoned Warren Players members. The production team includes Gregory Swab, production manager, mentored by Deborah Murphy, Alex Dolinger, stage manager, mentored by R. Scott Schriner and Carolyn Yurick, Mayan Cook, costume mistress, mentored by Dixie Brumagin, Haley Genberg, set design /construction, mentored by Gary Brumagin, and Sean McGuinness, lighting design by Kendyl Yarzabek, mentored by Barb Crowley.

Mark your calendars now and don’t miss this classic production. Tickets are $10, children aged 5 and under admitted free, and may be purchased in advance by calling the theatre’s office at 814-723-7231. Assisted listening devices and handicapped seating may also be reserved.

Want to become a lighting and/or sound technician?

Warren Players and Struthers Library Theatre are in need of dedicated volunteers who are interested in learning the art of lighting and/or sound tech. These are volunteer positions, but the training is FREE! What qualities do you need? You need to be interested in the area chosen, willing to follow through with training and committed to assist with productions for Warren Players and Struthers Library Theatre. As these positions are voluntary, once trained it is totally up to you as to which productions you become involved in, depending on your available time!

Currently there is a need for a student to learn sound for MacBeth which will be onstage the last part of July.

If you are interested in becoming a lighting and/or sound tech, please call Struthers Library Theatre at 814-723-7231 during the day Monday through Friday and leave your contact information.

Thank you!

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