Following the tradition of Radio Play (SITI Company’s staging of Orson Welles' War of the Worlds) the internationally acclaimed collective presents Radio Macbeth in their trademark style of thrilling visual and narrative complexity. In the guts of an abandoned theater, a company of actors rehearse Shakepeare's most savage play while the ghosts of previous productions hover around them. The actors cling to the sanity of words while the chaos of history, ambition, violence, fate, pride and vengeance threatens to swallow them whole. Photo Credit: Megan Wanlass Szalla

Following the tradition of Radio Play (SITI Company’s staging of Orson Welles' War of the Worlds) the internationally acclaimed collective presents Radio Macbeth in their trademark style of thrilling visual and narrative complexity. In the guts of an abandoned theater, a company of actors rehearse Shakepeare's most savage play while the ghosts of previous productions hover around them. The actors cling to the sanity of words while the chaos of history, ambition, violence, fate, pride and vengeance threatens to swallow them whole.


Photo Credit: Megan Wanlass Szalla


Radio MacBeth

SITI Company 

USA (New York)

UTR 2007 - The Public