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This spring, DANIEL CRAIG (No Time to Die, A Steady Rain) makes his much-anticipated return to Broadway alongside RUTH NEGGA (Loving, Hamlet), making her Broadway debut, in the world premiere production of Shakespeare’s heart-racing drama MACBETH, directed by Tony Award® winner SAM GOLD (Hamlet, Othello, Fun Home).
A tale of malice, matrimony and murder, MACBETH tells the story of one couple’s obsession with power—and their guilt after doing the unthinkable. For 15 weeks only, this thrilling new production will capture the passion and ferocity of Shakespeare’s most haunting text like never before.
is hailed as one of the finest actors of his generation on stage, screen, and television. Craig was most recently seen on screen in Rian Johnson’s Knives Out, for which his standout performance earned him a Golden Globe nomination. He will reprise his role in the upcoming sequel. Other notable film credits include Munich, Layer Cake, Road To Perdition, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo amongst others, and he returns to the role of ‘James Bond’ for the fifth and final time this fall in No Time To Die, after previously starring as ‘Bond’ in Spectre, Quantum of Solace, Casino Royale and the critically acclaimed box office smash Skyfall.
Craig is also an accomplished stage actor and in 2013 starred in the critically acclaimed Broadway show Betrayal opposite Rafe Spall and Rachel Weisz directed by Mike Nichols. Craig’s most recent theatre venture was the 2016 off-Broadway production of Othello alongside David Oyelowo and directed by Sam Gold. In 2009 Daniel starred in a twelve-week Broadway run of A Steady Rain. Craig played opposite Hugh Jackman in this contemporary American play. Craig’s other theatre credits include leading roles in Hurlyburly with the Peter Hall Company at the Old Vic, Angels in America at The National Theatre and A Number at the Royal Court alongside Michael Gambon.
is a versatile actress with a body of work spanning award-winning theatre, big screen historical dramas, independent films and innovative television series. This fall, Negga will star in Rebecca Hall’s Passing, opposite Tessa Thompson on Netflix. Negga will next lens the titular role of the drama series Josephine, which follows the remarkable story of Josephine Baker, one of the most legendary Jazz performers and civil rights activists of the twentieth century. Negga will also executive produce the project. Negga’s most notable film roles include ‘Mildred Loving’ in Jeff Nichols’ Loving, for which she received Academy Award®, Golden Globe® and Critics Choice Award® nominations, Ad Astra, Warcraft, Una Vida, All Is By My Side, Noble, World War Z, The Samaritan and Breakfast on Pluto. Her television credits include ‘Tulip O’Hare’ in AMC’s “Preacher,” “Mother,” “The Money,” “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “Misfits,” “Love/Hate,” the BBC mini-series “Five Daughters,” and “Shirley.” Outside of her roles on screen, Negga still maintains a strong connection to theatre. In 2020, she made her New York City theatrical debut in the titular role of Hamlet at St. Ann’s Warehouse for which she received a Drama Desk Award nomination. This performance followed an acclaimed run at The Gate Theatre in Dublin. Ruth’s extensive and award-winning theatre production credits include Lolita as her stage debut for Corn Exchange Theatre Company at the Abbey Theatre; Duck for Out of Joint and The Royal Court Theatre, for which she was nominated for an Olivier best newcomer; Playboy of the Western World at The Old Vic; Hamlet as the role of ‘Ophelia’ at the National Theatre; Phèdre at the National Theatre, for which she won the Ian Charleson Award; Oedipus Loves You at Peter Pan Theatre; Lay Me Down Softly, The Crucible, The Bacchae, Burial At Thebes, all at the Abbey Theatre; and Titus Andronicus at The Project Theatre, for which she received the Irish Times Award for Best Actress. Negga was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and was raised between there, Limerick, Ireland, and London, England.
is a Tony Award-winning director based in Brooklyn, NY. His Broadway credits include: King Lear; A Doll’s House, Part 2 (Tony Award nomination); The Glass Menagerie; Fun Home (Tony Award); The Real Thing; The Realistic Joneses; Picnic; Seminar. Recent productions include: The Secret Life of Bees (The Atlantic), Hamlet (The Public Theater); Othello (New York Theatre Workshop); The Flick (Barrow Street Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, National Theatre; Lortel Award nomination); John (Signature Theatre; Obie Award, Lortel and Drama Desk Award nominations); The Village Bike (MCC); Uncle Vanya (Soho Repertory Theatre; Drama Desk nomination); The Cradle Will Rock (Encores! Off-Center); Kin (Playwrights Horizons); The Big Meal (Playwrights Horizons; Lortel); Look Back in Anger (Roundabout Theatre Company; Lortel nomination); Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons; Obie, Drama Desk nomination); The Aliens (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre; Obie Award). Training: The Juilliard School.
Jones is a multidisciplinary artist working in theatre, opera, fashion, public art, and the digital realm. She is the Creator and Artistic Director of the critically acclaimed THEATRE FOR ONE. She is a Director of one of a kind experiences for companies like Rag & Bone, and productions such as Queen of the Night (Drama Desk Award for Best Unique Experience). She is a Tony and Olivier Award-winning Set Designer: for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Pts I & II, and also won a Tony for American Idiot. Other credits include: The Cher Show, Spring Awakening (Tony Nomination), and Let the Right One In (St. Ann’s Warehouse and West End). Opera designs include: La Traviata and Rigoletto (MET). Currently, she is developing a digital art exhibition with Radiohead, as well as a co-designing with Brett Banakis a musical adaptation of The Devil Wears Prada with music by Elton John. During the pandemic she conceived and directed SOCIAL! Distance Dance Club, with Steven Hoggett and David Byrne which became the first post pandemic production at The Armory. She has an Obie for Sustained Excellence in Design and teaches at NYU’s TISCH as well as at Princeton.
Broadway: Straight White Men, Of Mice and Men; Waitress; Off-Broadway/ Regional: Hold on to Me Darling, Dying For It (The Atlantic), The Scottish Play (Hartford Stage), The Killer (TFANA); Macbeth (LA Opera), Frankenstein (Royal National Theatre), London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony. Screen: No Time To Die, Obi-Wan Kenobi, American Gods, Steve Jobs, 127 Hours, Cinema Verite, The Extra Man, Slumdog Millionaire.
Lighting designer for theatre, dance and opera. Broadway credits include True West, King Lear, Jitney, Machinal, Amelie, Color Purple. Other recent NYC theatre includes Secret Life of Bees, Assassins and Fefu. Jane has also designed for the Barbican Theater, Sydney Opera House, San Francisco Opera and is a member of the Monica Bill Barnes Dance Company. Jane is a Professor of the Practice and Director of the Theater Program at Princeton University.
attended the University of the Arts, and studied the Jacque Lecoq approach at LISPA. Mikaal is currently writing a new headphone play titled Project Black Plague. Residencies: Space on Ryder Farm, UCross Foundation, VoxFest at Dartmouth College. Sound design: Rags Parkland (Ars Nova; Lucille Lortel winner), Fairview (Soho Rep; Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama), Underground Railroad Game (Ars Nova; Obie winner). Nominations: Bay Area Theatre Critics, Audelco, Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk Award for sound design.
won NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Contest in 2016, since then she has played over 600 shows in 45 states and 9 countries, captivating audiences with her unique mix of haunting original songs and traditional fiddle tunes. Gaelynn Lea has performed in both SXSW and Winnipeg Folk Festival and she's opened for the bands LOW, Wilco, and The Decemberists.
Over 300 plays and musicals for Broadway, the New York Metropolitan Opera, London’s West End, the National Theatre of London and regional theatre across the United States. Recent NYC credits include Porgy and Bess, Fool for Love, and Amazing Grace the Musical.
has worked with Disney Theatrical Group creating effects for Frozen, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Hunchback of Notre Dame, & Tarzan. Jeremy has worked on over 50 Broadway productions, including West Side Story, Beetlejuice, Hadestown and Oklahoma. In London’s West End, Jeremy designed Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, & Let the Right One In. Jeremy’s work has been featured in prominent performing and visual arts institutions across the globe. In 2018, Jeremy was an Emmy Award honoree for his work on NBC’s "Jesus Christ Superstar Live."" Jeremy serves as Head designer for J&M Special Effects in Brooklyn. www.jmfx.net
is a director, dramaturg, teacher, and Director of the Public Shakespeare Initiative at The Public Theater. Dramaturg: King Lear (Cort Theater), Hamlet (Public), Othello (NYTW). Director: Coriolanus (Red Bull), The Winter’s Tale (Pearl), As You Like It, Henry V (Two River), Titus Andronicus (Public), and new plays by Rinne Groff, Will Eno, Marsha Norman, Caryl Churchill, Ain Gordon, Rogelio Martinez, Kelly Masterson, and Phil Porter. Teacher: NYU, Columbia, Princeton, Rutgers, UNC, Juilliard, and Taconic Correctional.
is a Regents Professor of English at Arizona State University. She is the author of numerous books about Shakespeare, race, and performance. In 2020, she became a Shakespeare Scholar in Residence at The Public Theater in New York, and in 2021, Thompson was appointed to the board of trustees of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Select Broadway: The Minutes, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, King Lear, Hillary and Clinton, Ink, The Waverly Gallery, Boys in the Band, Three Tall Women, Meteor Shower, A Doll’s House Part 2, Jitney, The Glass Menagerie. Additional theatre includes: MTC, Signature, Atlantic, Old Globe, McCarter, Goodman, Berkeley Rep. Current TV: "New Amsterdam" (NBC).
Broadway: West Side Story; King Lear; Fun Home; The Nap; Rocky; Scandalous; A Free Man of Color; Curtains; Caroline, or Change; The Woman in White; Come Fly Away; Julius Caesar; Tartuffe. Off-Broadway; The Public Theater, Roundabout, Manhattan Theatre Club, MCC, Playwrights Horizons and Atlantic Theater Company.