APR 9 – MAY 5
1301 W ST NE

Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma for MACBETH. (Oliver Rosser)

This show is performed at 1301 W St. NE, it is not performed at our regular theatres. Scroll below for complete information.

Ticket Update
Tickets for Macbeth are currently sold out. There will be no more additional dates added to the run. Additional seats may become available, but this is unlikely.

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Reviews from the U.K.

Audiences and critics love Macbeth.

“★★★★ … Visceral gut-punch of a production. Ralph Fiennes is pure poetry … [he] supplies physical restraint and deliberative, cerebral energy.” – Independent

“★★★★ … Coherent, confident and, yes, old-school classy.” – Telegraph

“★★★★ … It’s a Macbeth that quickens the pulse, then goes for the jugular … Ralph Fiennes is a savage, serpentine Macbeth … The brilliance of his performance is in becoming the dagger he hallucinates.” – Financial Times

“★★★★★ … Varma is consistently enthralling as Lady Macbeth … Ralph Fiennes brings the tragedy pulsing into the present day.” – iNews

“An engrossing experience … Simon Godwin’s intelligent production puts violent conflict to the fore.” – The Guardian

“★★★★ … Directed by Simon Godwin, this is a fascinating, intelligent production … a study of tyranny and the way it corrupts the soul – and a portrait of a relationship smashed apart by a single reckless act.” – What’s On Stage

by William Shakespeare   
Directed by Simon Godwin
Featuring Ralph Fiennes & Indira Varma 

Produced in Association with Wessex Grove and Underbelly

Blood will have blood. Unbridled ambition, supernatural forces, and murderous desires reign supreme in Shakespeare’s most poetic examination of evil. When three witches tell Macbeth that he will become King of Scotland, he plots with his wife to attain the title through an assassination; a bloody act that gives him his crown and sends him careening down the path of his own undoing. Artistic Director Simon Godwin directs Tony and BAFTA Award-winner Ralph Fiennes (The English Patient) and Olivier Award-winner Indira Varma (Game of Thrones) in this thrilling account of how our minds deceive us and how a guilty conscience can undo us all. 


  • Available for $500 the premium package includes free valet parking, donor lounge access, free concessions before the show and at intermission, discounts on merchandise, and a special souvenir program. 


Where will the performances take place?

  • The D.C. run has found its home at 1301 W ST NE. Situated in Brentwood, this impressive sound stage (formerly part of BET Studios) offers more than 40,000 square feet to create the world of the play. In order to enter the parking lot, patrons are required to have reserved tickets to that day’s performance. More features of the building include:
    • Conveniently located 20 minutes from STC’s Harman Hall
    • Plenty of on-site parking
    • ADA-approved entrances and facilities
    • The venue may be accessed on W Street or by a secondary entrance on T Street.
    • Please note: Some GPS systems may direct patrons to V Street which is incorrect.

How do I get to 1301 W ST NE by Metro?

  • STC provides a free shuttle for two hours prior to your performance time and for one hour after the show ends. The shuttle picks up from the Rhode Island Ave-Brentwood Metro about every 20 minutes. After the show, the shuttle will reverse its route and drive audiences back to the Metro. Each shuttle seats up to 25 passengers. Please note that the shuttle will only be able to pick up/drop off passengers at the Metro Station and the venue.

Is there parking at the venue?

  • The property includes two large, outdoor, gated parking lots accessible from W Street or T Street. Parking is $15 at or may be purchased on-site with the parking attendant using debit or credit card. Sorry, no cash purchases. Spaces are plentiful and the lots will be supervised by security.
  • Valet parking is available for $25.

Where will a rideshare drop me off?

  • Patrons being dropped off by Uber/Lyft/taxi/etc. can enter the gated parking lot from either entrance, and drop off patrons right at the venue doors. Pick ups will also be directed to the main entrance of the venue.

Where can I have dinner before the show?

  • Arrive early and enjoy a variety of Washington, D.C.’s finest food truck vendors located at the venue beginning two hours prior to each performance. Featured food trucks may include Two Smooth Dudes, Himalayan Soul Foods, New Gourmet Delight, Taco One DC, Virginia Grill Food Truck, and more. Cash and card will be accepted. 

When should I arrive?

  • Plan to arrive early. For the safety of the cast, crew, and audience, there is no late seating once the show begins. Late arrivals will be able to watch the show on a monitor and take their seats at intermission.
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Ben Allen
Ben Allen
Ross, u/s Angus, u/s Menteith
Indira Varma
Indira Varma
Lady Macbeth
Levi Brown
Levi Brown
Angus, u/s Fleance/Ross
Jonathan Case
Jonathan Case
Ewan Black
Ewan Black
Danielle Fiamanya
Danielle Fiamanya
Second Witch
Steffan Rhodri
Steffan Rhodri
Ralph Fiennes
Ralph Fiennes
Ben Turner
Ben Turner
Keith Fleming
Keith Fleming
King Duncan/Siward, u/s 1st Murderer, u/s 2nd Murderer
Michael Hodgson
Michael Hodgson
Second Murderer/Captain, u/s King Duncan, u/s Banquo
Lucy Mangan
Lucy Mangan
First Witch
Jake Neads
Jake Neads
First Murderer/Donalbain, u/s Macduff
Richard Pepper
Richard Pepper
Lennox, u/s Macbeth
Rose Riley
Rose Riley
Menteith, u/s 1st Witch, u/s 2nd Witch, u/s 3rd Witch, u/s Lennox
Rebecca Scroggs
Rebecca Scroggs
Lady Macduff/Doctor, u/s Lady Macbeth
Lola Shalam
Lola Shalam
Third Witch, u/s Lady Macduff, u/s Doctor
Ethan Thomas
Ethan Thomas
Fleance, u/s Malcolm, u/s Seytono, u/s Donalbain
Wanda Weir
Wanda Weir
Macduff's Daughter
Mila Weir
Mila Weir
Macduff's Daughter
Kiyoko Merolli
Kiyoko Merolli
Macduff's Daughter
Maxwell Talbert
Maxwell Talbert
Macduff's Son

Full Cast List

Ross, u/s Angus, u/s Menteith: Ben Allen
Lady Macbeth: Indira Varma
Angus, u/s Fleance/Ross: Levi Brown
Seyton: Jonathan Case
Malcolm: Ewan Black
Second Witch: Danielle Fiamanya
Banquo: Steffan Rhodri
Macbeth: Ralph Fiennes
Macduff: Ben Turner
King Duncan/Siward, u/s 1st Murderer, u/s 2nd Murderer: Keith Fleming
Second Murderer/Captain, u/s King Duncan, u/s Banquo: Michael Hodgson
First Witch: Lucy Mangan
First Murderer/Donalbain, u/s Macduff: Jake Neads
Lennox, u/s Macbeth: Richard Pepper
Menteith, u/s 1st Witch, u/s 2nd Witch, u/s 3rd Witch, u/s Lennox: Rose Riley
Lady Macduff/Doctor, u/s Lady Macbeth: Rebecca Scroggs
Third Witch, u/s Lady Macduff, u/s Doctor: Lola Shalam
Fleance, u/s Malcolm, u/s Seytono, u/s Donalbain: Ethan Thomas
Macduff's Daughter: Wanda Weir, Mila Weir, Kiyoko Merolli
Macduff's Son: Maxwell Talbert

Artistic Team

Adaptor: Emily Burns
Director: Simon Godwin
Set and Costume Designer: Frankie Bradshaw
Lighting Designer: Jai Morjaria
Co-sound System Designer, Sound Designer: Christopher Shutt
Co-sound System Designer: Sam Clarkson
Composer: Asaf Zohar
Movement Director: Lucy Cuillngford
Hair, Makeup, & Prosthetics Designer: Susanna Peretz
Fight Director: Kate Waters
Casting Director: Amy Ball
Resident Casting Director: Danica Rodriguez
Voice and Dialect Coach: Jeannette Nelson
Associate Director: Alice Wordsworth
Props Supervisors: Chris Marcus & Jonathan Hall
Company Manager: Dan Ayling
Assistant Company Manager: Tom McCormack
Stage Manager: Laura Hammond
Deputy Stage Manager: Rike Berg
Assistant Stage Manager: Meg Charlton, Odette Robertson, Samantha Wilhelm*
Producer: Wessex Grove, Underbelly, Gavin Kalin, Eilene Davidson, Marketstall, Winkler & Smalberg, Cultura Limited

Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma in Macbeth. (Matt Humphrey)

Lola Shalam, Lucy Mangan, and Danielle Fiamanya in Macbeth. (Matt Humphrey)

The Depot from Macbeth. (Matt Humphrey)

1301 W St NE


The Cast

Back row (L to R): Jonathan Case, Lola Shalam, Ben Allen, Richard Pepper, Ralph Fiennes, Indira Varma, Ben Turner, Michael Hodgson, Keith Fleming, Steffan Rhodri, Levi Brown, and Ewan Black.
Front row (L to R): Ethan Thomas, Jake Neads, Lucy Mangan, Rebecca Scroggs, Rose Riley, and Danielle Fiamanya.

Photo by Oliver Rosser.


This production has been generously underwritten by Mrs. Jacqueline Badger Mars.

Sponsored by:

Erkiletian Family Foundation
The Shrivastava Family
Nan Beckley
Leila Straus
RJ and Heidi Narang
Production Sponsors:
Michael Beriss
Bonnie and Louis Cohen
Barbara Harman and William Cain
Bernie and Mary McKay
Abbe Lowell and Molly Meegan
Alka and Sudhakar Kesavan
Marsha Paller
Alan M. and Nathalie P. Voorhees Fund
This project is part of Shakespeare in American Communities, a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.
Official Transportation Sponsor:

Official Restaurant Partner:

Health and Safety

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