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Tony Winner Alan Cumming Will Star in One-Man Macbeth

Tony Winner Alan Cumming Will Star in One-Man Macbeth
Alan Cumming
Alan Cumming will tackle every role in an upcoming one-man 'Macbeth.'

Tony Award winner Alan Cumming (Cabaret, The Threepenny Opera) will star in an upcoming one-man Macbeth, according to U.K. newspaper The Guardian. Cumming will debut his solo Scottish play at the Tramway in Glasgow in June before transferring to the Lincoln Center Festival in New York from July 5-14. The production will be directed by John Tiffany and Andy Goldberg.

The Scottish-born Cumming, an Emmy nominee for his current role as political strategist Eli Gold on The Good Wife, won Tony, Drama Desk and Theatre World Awards for his performance as the Emcee in Cabaret. His other Broadway credits include The Threepenny Opera and Design For Living. His films include The Smurfs, The Tempest, Titus, X2: X-Men United, The Spy Kids Trilogy, Eyes Wide Shut and The Anniversary Party, which he wrote and directed. His London stage appearances include Hamlet, Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Olivier Award), Bent and The Bacchae.

The complete lineup for the 2012 Lincoln Center Festival is expected to be announced in January.

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