Macduff played by Keith Dunphy
Written by: William Shakespeare
Keith Dunphy returned to the Globe to play Macduff in the 2010 production of Macbeth, having previously performed in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2002).
In this final blog entry Keith Dunphy (Macduff) discusses opening night and previews, audiences at the Globe, and other Shakespearean roles he hopes to play.
In this penultimate podcast Keith Dunphy (Macduff) discusses the tech week, adapting to the Globe stage and "fashionable medieval" costumes.
In his third blog post, Keith Dunphy (Macduff) discusses the England scene, Macduff's divided loyalty between family and country and the fight choreography.
In this second interview, Keith Dunphy (Macduff) discusses his key relationships in the play and how they've developed, fills in Macduff's storyline when the character's offstage and talks about developing his character's physicality.
Keith Dunphy (Macduff) talks to Adopt An Actor about the 2010 production of Macbeth. In this first interview, he discusses his experience of Shakespeare at school, how he became an actor, his initial impressions of the play and the first day of rehearsals.