You asked, he delivered! Andre Ezeugwu, back on stage!

Written by Ifodige Media, LLC

April 1, 2017

Voodoo Macbeth

Directed by Bob Devin Jones

The time has finally come…. André Ezeugwu is making his Florida debut back to the stage as the Sergeant/Porter in this amazing production of Voodoo Macbeth, working with some amazing people!!

The Studio@620 honors the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s legacy with “Voodoo Macbeth”, inspired by Orson Welles’ historic 1936 production. For those unfamiliar, the play centers on a brave Scottish general named Macbeth who receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland.

An all African American cast directed by Bob Devin Jones, will include local notables Sharon Scott*, Kylin Brady, Nadine Smith, James L. Lincoln, and Cranstan Cumberbatch, and features Erica Sutherlin as Lady Macbeth and Calvin M. Thompson* as Macbeth. A soundscape composed of percussion and live sound effects and a creative installation of the set by artist Ya La Ford will add to this unique dramatization!

Proceeds from the Opening Night Performance will fund an educational component, taking Shakespeare into local high schools. For this reason red member tickets will not be accepted on Opening Night.

Sundays April 9, 16, and 23 and Saturday April 15 at 3:00 PM

Thursdays April 13 and 20 at 7:00 PM
Fridays April 14 and 21 at 7:00 PM
Saturday April 22 at 7:00 PM

A limited number of Red Member Tickets will be accepted for these performances with advanced reservations.

To RSVP Please call The Studio@620 Office, 727-895-6620.

Red Member Tickets will not be accepted for the Opening Night performance.

*Indicates that a performer appears courtesy of Actors Equity, Inc.


Erica Sutherlin, Lady appears as Lady Macbeth

Calvin M. Thompson appears as Macbeth

Dundu Dole Urban African Ballet will add their musical talents


Special thanks to these additional sponsors:

Duke Energy

Bob Glaser

William Lorenzen

Smith and Associates Real Estate

David and Astrid Ellis

Charles D. Farber Memorial Foundation



James L. Lincoln (Duncan/Porter)

Calvin M. Thompson (Macbeth)

Erica Sutherlin (Lady Macbeth)

Satchel Dennis (Macduff)

Nancy Mizzell (Lady Macduff/Lennox)

Cranstan Cumberbatch (Malcom)

Nadine Smith (Ross)

Phillip Rankin (Seyton)

Sharon Scott (Hecate)

Kylin Brady (Witch)

Jai Shanae (Witch)

Audrey Love (Witch)

Andre Ezeugwu (Porter/Sergeant)

Elijah Dixon  (Macduff’s Son)

Chris Kelly (Fleance/Young Siward)

Thomas Morgan (Banquo/Ghost of Banquo/Old Siward)



Bob Devin Jones (Director)

Samuel Benson (Stage Manager)

Tyler Weiss (Propmaster)

Sheila Cowley (Dramateur)

Ya Laford ( Envrionmental Painter)

Saidah Ben Judah (Costumes)

Jai Hinson (Choreographer)

Jesse Vance (Light Design)

Richard Usher (School Outreach)

Dan Granke (fight choreographer)

Fanni Green (vocal and dialect coach)

James Olson (set design)

Zulu (set design)

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