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Macbeth

Synopsis
Swedish television production of Macbeth directed by Thomas Segerström with Peter Sundberg and Karin Holmberg as the Macbeths.
Language
Swedish
Country
Sweden
Medium
Television
Technical information
Colour / Sound
Transmission details
19 Jun 1999

Credits

Director
Thomas Segerström
Producer
Bo Rehnberg
Cinematographer
Arne Carlsson; Kalle Melander; Leif Eiransson; Peter Ahlgren; Torbjörn Jonasson
Music
Thomas Almqvist
Production Design
Magnus Dahlbäck
Costume
AnnBritt Sörlund; Bette Emerot
Adaptor for Television
Nina Pontén; Thomas Segerström
Cast
Peter SundbergMacbeth
Karin HolmbergLady Macbeth
Bert RolfartMacduff
Danilo BejaranoMalcolm
Pontus StenshällBanquo
Bert RolfartKing Duncan
Claes HarteliusRoss
Hans SandquistLennox
Hans SandquistWitch (1st)
Johannes ErikssonFleance
Karin WestholmWitch (3rd)
Lotta Holm GrutWitch (2nd)
Lotta Holm GrutGentlewoman
Lotta Holm GrutPorter
Mikaela HagelbergHecate
Mikaela HagelbergLady Macduff
Oskar AlyhrDonalbain
Per SundbergMacduff’s son
Peter JärnSeyton
Pontus StenshällDoctor of Physic
Rebecka RolfartMacduff’s daughter

Additional Details

Theatre
Roma Monastery, Gotland
Theatre company
Romateatern
Production type
Television and Radio Drama
Plays
Macbeth
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)

Notes

Textual information
Translated into Swedish by Göran O. Eriksson.

Production Company

Name

Arne Carlsson Filmproduktion

Name

Sveriges Television

Archive

Name

National Library of Sweden, Department of Audiovisual Media

Email
foexp@kb.se
Web
http://www.smdb.kb.se External site opens in new window
Phone
=46 (0) 10-709 30 20
Fax
+46 (0)10-709 39 34
Address
Research Service
Box 5039
102 41 Stockholm
Sweden
Notes
The Swedish National Archive of Recorded Sound and Moving Images (SLBA) ceased to exist as a public authority in its own right at the end of 2008. As of 1 January 2009, it operate as the Department of Audiovisual Media under the National Library of Sweden.

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