Adapted from the play by William Shakespeare

Cast

Charlene Boyd Headshot

Charlene BoydLady Macbeth

Keith Fleming Headshot

Keith FlemingMacbeth

Charlene Boyd Headshot

Charlene BoydLady Macbeth

Charlene trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Theatre Credits include: The Macbeths (2017 and 2018), Fever Dream Southside (Citizens Theatre); The Monstrous Heart (Traverse Theatre, tour to Stephen Joseph Theatre); Cranhill Carmen (Òran Mór); Kind of Silence (Solar Bear Theatre); Bondagers (Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh); The Devil’s Larder, Letters Home, Barflies (Grid Iron Theatre Company); Men Should Weep, Empty, The Miracle Man (National Theatre of Scotland); Hannah and Hanna (Catherine Wheels Theatre Company); Sleeping Beauty (Macrobert Arts Centre); The Snow Queen (Arches Theatre).

Charlene is currently a regular on BBC Scotland’s River City. Other TV Credits include: Annika (UKTV); The Trial of Christine Keeler (BBC); Medical Hospital UK, Only An Excuse (Comedy Unit); Sketchland, Scot Squad, Bob Servant Independent (BBC Scotland); Garrow’s Law (Shed Media); Taggart (STV).

Keith Fleming Headshot

Keith FlemingMacbeth

Theatre credits include: Cyrano de Bergerac, The Macbeths (2017), Vanya, Miss Julie (Citizens Theatre); Oresteia: This Restless House (2017 and 2016 Citizens Theatre/National Theatre of Scotland); Dunsinane (National Theatre of Scotland international tour, UK tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company); Black Watch, The Miracle Man, The Making of Us (National Theatre of Scotland); Peer Gynt (National Theatre of Scotland/Dundee Rep); Macbeth (Perth Theatre): Beautiful Burnout (Frantic Assembly/National Theatre of Scotland); The Dark Things, Pandas (Traverse Theatre); Squash, Call of the Wild, An Incident at the Border (Òran Mór); Doppler, Barflies (Grid Iron); David Leddy’s Untitled Love Story and Doubt, AutoBahn, Days of Wine and Roses (Theatre Jezebel); Stones in His Pockets, Lonesome West (Tron Theatre).

Keith is a former member of Dundee Rep Ensemble where he appeared in over 35 productions, and winner of the Best Actor Award at Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland. He is well-known for playing Lesley in TV series Outlander.