Content Warning for Auditions:


We at Twin Beach Players assume that the actions and plot of this play are well known to all who have come to audition for this production. However, we do understand that the material presented with in this show, and the way we have chosen to design and portray this material would not be considered appropriate for all audiences and/or might not be a fun or safe environment for all actors and crew. It is an adult play with adult themes, language and content.


Below is a list of content that will be seen on stage tonight:

  • Music with explicit language and sexual content in the lyrics

  • Violent acts of war including a simulated beheading

  • Very intense romantic scenes of love between a married couple

  • Murders of all genders and ages of people will be seen

  • Spooky images projected and in person of ghosts will be present

  • A severed head will be presented on stage, it will just be a prop but realistic

  • Loud and unexpected noises will be played through out the show

  • Flashing lights and visual images will be used through out the production

  • A suicide will be portrayed both on and off stage as well as many scenes of mental illness


If you feel for any reason that this production is not one you would like to participate in we absolutely understand. Please just hand your paperwork in to the check in table. We hope to see you back again for another production, and we thank you for your time.

Twin Beach Players Presents

The Tragedy of Macbeth



Show Information       The Tragedy of Macbeth

                                                Directed by Rachel Cruz

                                                Written by William Shakespeare

                                                Edited by Rachel Cruz


            Characters –                Male – 5

                                                Female – 7

                                                Either – 20

                                                Teens – 3

                                                Total – 35


Play Synopsis – A brave Scottish general named Macbeth receives a prophecy

from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders King Duncan and takes the Scottish throne for himself. He is then wracked with guilt and paranoia. Forced to commit more and more murders to protect himself from enmity and suspicion, he soon becomes a tyrannical ruler. The bloodbath and consequent civil war swiftly take Macbeth and Lady Macbeth into the realms of madness and death.



Director’s Vision – This production will explore the timeless tale of the corruption of power from a new and modern point of view. The play will be anchored in the traditional eleventh century Scottish Highlands with the set and the portrayal of Macbeth himself. But the rest of elements of the show will be drawn from the pages of history or the big screen. In the true spirit of the Bard himself this will be a show where everyone will feel included and understood. We are not standing on traditions; we will lay out the book of history before the audience and show them all the crushing circumstances that have us all re-reading the same page over and over again and never learning from it.


            Rehearsal Weeks – 6

            Auditions        May 6th and 7th 4:00pm           Load In           June 10th

            Call Backs       May 8th                                    Show Dates     June 23rd –July 2nd

            Rehearsals       May 13th  – June 22nd              Load Out        July 2nd and 3rd