IN THE HEART OF THE NIGHT – THE MACBETH EPISODE | IN THE HEART OF THE NIGHT – MACBETH EPISODE
Mobile Stage located in Ferdinand I Square
| QUEEN MARIA THEATER, ORADEA
Author: script after William Shakespeare by Gavriil Pinte, with inserts from George Banu and Monique Borie
Scenography: Roxana Ionescu
Soundtrack and direction: Gavriil Pinte
Duration of the show: 1 hour 40 minutes
Lord Macbeth: Şerban Borda
Lady Macbeth: Angela Tanko
The King: George Voinese
Banquo: Razvan Vicoveanu
Macduff: Ciprian Ciuciu
Goalkeeper: Sebastian Wolf
The doctor: Mirela Lupu
The Wizard: George Dometi
Witches: Georgia Căprărin, Adela Lazăr, Anca Sigmirean, Anda Tămășanu
EPISODE MACBETH concludes the IN THE HEART OF NIGHT trilogy, after EPISODE HAMLET and EPISODE LEAR.
Only the essential lines, the key lines, have been preserved from the Shakespearean text. The missing text is filled in with physical actions that the play implies or allows to be imagined. The connections between some sequences, but also the analysis of some important elements for this project belong to George Banu and Monique Borie.
We follow two people, Mr. and Mrs. Macbeth, set off on the path of no return to self-destruction. The projections of these souls tormented by guilty aspirations take fabulous forms. Thus, witches are seen as the vehicles of older hidden aspirations, the substitute for obsessively recurring desires.
We do theater in the dead of night for fear of the Night itself. And, at the same time, from the desire to forget the wanderings of the day. We play to save ourselves! By night, by day. Always and forever at the crossroads.
Macbeth Episode ends the trilogy In The Middle of The Night, after the Hamlet Episode, and Lear Episode. Only the essential parts were kept from the Shakespearean text. The missing text is supplemented with the physical actions that the performance assumes or leaves room for imagination. The links between some sequences, as well as the analysis of some important elements for this project belong to George Banu and Monique Borie. The script follows two people, Mr. and Mrs. Macbeth who left on the road without return of self-destruction. The projection of these stricken souls of old hidden aspirations take fabulous shapes. Thus, the witches would be regarded as vehicles of older, hidden aspirations, the substitute of obsessive desires.
We make theater in the middle of the night for the fear of the Night itself. At the same time, we want to forget the wanderings of the day. We play toss have us! From night, from day. Always and forever at the crossroads.