MACBETH, a general and Thane of Glamis … Scott Alan Small+
Scott Alan Small (Macbeth) is a CSC Associate Artistic Director and CSC Resident Acting Company Member. He has appeared with CSC in Henry IV, Parts I and II; The Winter’s Tale; The Taming of the Shrew (2017); Richard III (2017 and 2012); Macbeth (2016, 2008, 2007, and the 2018 student matinee); Much Ado About Nothing; Uncle Vanya; A Christmas Carol (2017, 2015, 2014); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2014); The Merry Wives of Windsor; Julius Caesar (2009); Titus Andronicus; Measure for Measure; The Country Wife; A Doll’s House; and The Front Page. His directing credits with CSC include A Christmas Carol (2016 and 2015), The Comedy of Errors (2015), the movable productions of Romeo and Juliet (2016), Dracula, and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged.
LADY MACBETH, his wife … Tamieka Chavis+
Tamieka Chavis (Lady Macbeth), a CSC Resident Acting Company Member and Teaching Artist, has appeared with CSC in Henry IV, Part I and II as Mistress Quickly, Macbeth (2018 school matinee) as Lady Macbeth and (2015 mainstage) as Weird Sister; in Romeo and Juliet (2018 school matinee) as Prince Escalus; The Tempest (2018) as Queen Alonso; and A Christmas Carol (2016 and 2018) as Mrs. Fezziwig. Regional credits include appearances with Mosaic Theatre Company; Constellation Theatre Company; Ally Theatre Company (Company Member); The Hub Theatre; NextStop Theatre; Faction of Fools; Smithsonian Discovery Theater (Company Member and Teaching Artist); and Atlas TYA. TV/Film credits include Anacostia (Emmy-nominated and Indie Series Award-winning daytime digital drama; Indie-nominated Best Lead Actress); HBO’s The Wire and Torn. She is a faculty member and graduate of The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts.
DUNCAN, King of Scotland … Frank B. Moorman+
Frank B. Moorman (Duncan, a Scottish Doctor, and a Porter) is a long-time SCS member with memorable performances in King Lear, Cyrano de Bergerac, and Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), among others. More recently, he has been in The Winter’s Tale (2018), school matinee production of Romeo and Juliet (2017) and as well as Richard III, The Three Musketeers, and Richard II. He directed CSC’s movable production of Julius Caesar (2009). Other performances include Much Ado About Nothing with the Annapolis Shakespeare Company and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot with Forum Theatre in Washington.
MALCOLM, Duncan’s oldest son … Ian Charles
Ian Charles (Malcolm and Murderer) has appeared with CSC as Paris in Romeo and Juliet (2018 and 2019 student matinees) and as Malcolm in Macbeth (2018 student matinee). His regional credits include Henry VI, Part 2, King Lear, Twelfth Night, Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson, School for Scandal (American Shakespeare Center); Pride and Prejudice, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Cabaret, The Miser, Kiss Me Kate, Love’s Labour’s Lost (Annapolis Shakespeare Company); I Love a Piano (Heritage Theatre Festival); Les Misérables (Live Arts Theatre); Footloose and Mary Poppins(ShenanArts Theatre). He holds an MLitt and MFA in Shakespeare and Performance from Mary Baldwin University.
DONALBAIN, Duncan’s youngest son … Maria Marsalis◊
BANQUO, a general and Scottish thane … Vince Eisenson+
Vince Eisenson (Banquo) is a member of CSC’s Resident Acting Company and CSC Teaching Artist. He has appeared in CSC’s Alice in Wonderland, Julius Caesar, Richard III, Macbeth, Wild Oats, Romeo and Juliet, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, among others. Regional credits include King Lear and The Tooth of Crime at WSC Avant Bard; Hamlet (swing) and The Imaginary Invalid at Shakespeare Theatre Company; Romeo and Juliet (u/s, perf) at Folger Theatre; Merchant of Venice at Faction of Fools; Whipping, or the Football Hamlet and Fear at Longacre Lea; Kafka’s Metamorphosis at Synetic Theatre: Julius Caesar with Lean & Hungry Theater; and Richard II at PlayMakers Repertory. Television credits include American Genius and Turn: Washington’s Spies.
FLEANCE, Banquo’s son … Theodore Sherron III◊
MACDUFF, Thane of Fife … Terrance Fleming
Terrance Fleming (Macduff and Murderer) has appeared with CSC in Romeo and Juliet (school matinee – 2019), A Christmas Carol (2018), Macbeth (school matinee-2018) and Alice in Wonderland. He has appeared in The Cradle Will Rock with Iron Crow Theatre; Memphis with ArtsCentric Theatre, Romeo and Juliet with The Green Globe Theatre, Grey Gardens with Stillpointe Theatre, and Schoolgirl Figure with Cohesion Theatre. Terrance holds a BFA with an emphasis in performance from the University of Southern Mississippi. He is from Mobile, AL, and moved to Baltimore in January 2016.
LADY MACDUFF, his wife … Molly Moores+
Molly Moores (Lady Macduff and a Weird Sister) is a CSC Resident Acting Company Member and CSC Teaching Artist. She has appeared with CSC in Henry IV, Parts I and II, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2018, 2011); The Winter’s Tale (2018); A Christmas Carol (2014-2018); Julius Caesar; Romeo and Juliet (2012, 2015-2017); Anne of the Thousand Days; The Three Musketeers; Macbeth; Richard II; The Taming of the Shrew (2013); Antony and Cleopatra; Pride and Prejudice; and The Merchant of Venice. www.mollymoores.com.
ROSS, a Scottish thane … Bess Kaye
Bess Kaye (Ross and Weird Sister, Fight Choreographer) has appeared with CSC in Macbeth (2018 student matinee). Regional credits include The Giver with NextStop Theater; Richard III with Brave Spirits Theatre; Don Juan with Faction of Fools; One Man, Two Guvnors with 1st Stage; and Twelfth Night with Prince George’s County Shakespeare in the Parks. She holds an MFA in Acting from the Academy for Classical Acting with The Shakespeare Theatre at George Washington University and is a member of the Society of American Fight Directors.
ANGUS, a Scottish Thane … Christian Wilson◊
CAITHNESS, a Scottish Thane … Maria Marsalis◊
SEYTON, a porter attending Macbeth … Taylor Rekus◊
MACDUFF’S CHILD … Madison Steiner◊
WEIRD SISTERS … Mabelle Fomundam
Mabelle Fomundam (Weird Sister and Gentlewoman) has appeared with CSC in Alice in Wonderland and Macbeth (2018 student matinee). She has appeared in the plays Boardin’ Time, The People’s Corporation of the District of Columbia, Vacation, Yet I Stand, Head Talks, and That Part is True. Mabelle is a member of the Smithsonian’s Discovery Theater ensemble. She holds two bachelor’s degrees, in Theater Studies and Biological Sciences, from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. www.nungmabelle.com
MURDERERS … Ian Charles, Terrance Fleming, and Taylor Rekus◊
APPARITIONS … Maria Marsalis◊, Madison Steiner◊, and Taylor Rekus◊
A SCOTTISH DOCTOR … Frank B. Moorman+
A GENTLEWOMAN … Mabelle Fomundam
A MESSENGER … Juliet Jacob◊
A PORTER … Frank B. Moorman+
+CSC Company Member
Image 1: Tamieka Chavis and Scott Alan Small as the Macbeths, photo by Shealyn Jae. Graphics by Sandra Maddox Barton and Brandon W Vernon.
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