Santa Fe Stages International Festival, Director Martin Platt
This production set the classic tale of betrayal during World War I. The scenery featured large projections of newsreels showing the final days before the war, creating a sense of impending disaster.
“Lady Macbeth’s elaborate gowns, like all of Holly Poe Durbin’s costumes, pointed up her character.” Albuquerque Journal
The Witches first enter in smoke and pyro, disguised as medics in gas masks. On their famous line, they reveal wildly styled hair. In this production they served as observers or agents of Fate, playing many minor roles, all with the signature hair styles.