John Eastman & Kaiden Dubois Join the Cast of ‘Macbeth’

Posted: May 27, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Richard Hay (Malcolm) & Matthew Bloxham (Banquo) have departed the tour. We wish them well with their future roles.

Taking over the roles of Malcolm & Banquo, we’re very fortunate to announce that John Eastman will be playing the role of Banquo amongst other roles and Kaiden Dubois will be playing the role of Malcolm amongst other roles.

Here’s more info about the actors & their roles in ‘Macbeth’:

 John Eastman (Banquo, Porter, Murderer, Young Siward, Doctor)

Most recently for Icarus Theatre: Hamlet (Polonius) UK Tour, The Time of Your Life (Krupp) at the Finborough Theatre. John’s early work included Home and Away and Police Rescue in Australia. After graduating from Central School of Speech and Drama with an M.A., he has appeared in both Daniel Keene’s Night, A Wall, Two Men (Brighton Festival) and Terminus, UK premiere at RADA for Jacaranda Theatre. An associate member of Icarus Theatre Collective, he featured in their critically acclaimed inaugural production of The Lesson (Old Red Lion) which toured successfully to the Edinburgh Fringe, throughout the UK, and was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Romanian Comedy Festival in Bucharest. He is also a commercial voiceover artist. The last 6 months has seen many roles in short films, including a preacher, a detective, a fraudster, and a drunkard.


 Kaiden Dubois (Malcolm, Witch, Murderer, Young Macduff, Servant)


Kaiden trained as an actor at Bath Spa University as part of the vocational BA(Hons) Performing Arts program there, graduating with First Class Honors. A great lover of the Bard, since graduating Kaiden has performed in two Shakespea-rean productions. The first (2011 Bristol Shakespeare Festival) was a re-imagining of King Lear, entitled Lear 1864: Trail Of Tears (Full Tilt Theatre Company) where Kaiden appeared as the Mad Lear. After the close of this production Kaiden went on to perform as Paris in Romeo and Juliet at the Actor’s Church in Covent Garden (Random Occurrence Theatre Company).



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