About Macbeth

The Psych Drama Company

in association with the Audiovisual Center Dubrovnik

presents a reimagined audio production of Shakespeare's 

Macbeth

With original music and soundscape composed by Zarko Dragojevic

Adaptation of Shakespearean text by Wendy Lippe, with editing by Larry Segel and Gail Chesler

Director:  Wendy Lippe

Assistant Director:  Larry Segel

Composer of Original Music:  Žarko Dragojević

Technical Director and Sound Design:  Doug Greene

Production Assistant:  Gail Chesler

Streaming art exhibit during intermission:  Nick Morse and ArtLifting

Promotional Sound and Artistic Design:  Zachary McConnell

For more information about all these personnel, see the Creative or Cast page.

Click here for the promotional trailer video about Macbeth.

The Psych Drama Company

The Psych Drama Company is excited to announce its current effort to unite creative artists across the world in our profit-sharing collaborations during the pandemic.  Our two upcoming audio dramas, Macbeth and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, will allow actors, directors, composers, sound designers and fine artists, specifically painters – all of whom have been unemployed or underemployed during the pandemic – to share in the profits generated.

Your ticket purchases go directly into the pockets of all artists involved in these productions!  Your tickets also allow you the flexibility of listening to these audio dramas anytime during a 24 hour period!

We are a Boston-area theater company bringing contemporary and traditional psychological insight to classic dramas, by focusing on the elements of human nature that transcend time.

The Psych Drama Company was founded in December of 2010 by Wendy Lippe, Ph.D. As a clinical psychologist, Wendy's vision in starting this company is to integrate her professional expertise with her work as a creative artist. We aim to produce dramatic pieces that engage the large community of mental health professionals in the Boston area, as well as to stimulate and foster psychological mindedness and insight in the community at large. It is important to us that our productions target not only professionals in the field, including psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health workers, and social workers, but also members of the general public: we aim to be equally accessible to professionals and laypeople alike. Our ultimate goal is to make all of the greatest classic works of drama relevant to today's audiences by focusing on the timeless elements of human nature.

For more information, including about past shows and press reviews, see our company website, at:  http://www.thepsychdramacompany.com/

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