Macbeth came to the Great White Way! The main reason I wanted to do Macbeth again, considering that I thought I was going to die during the first run in Glasgow (!), is that I just felt I wasn't done with it. Also, I couldn't believe that something so dark, dense and experimental would have a home on Broadway. So, when the producer, Ken Davenport, agreed to take it on I was flattered and daunted, but committed.
What excited me most about this run was that the show did find an audience, and a very young one. It's one of my proudest achievements that this type of theatre was welcomed to the Broadway season, and that I survived it!