2023,  Cast,  Macbeth

Meet the Cast of Macbeth – Part 4

Macbeth opens July 7 and runs through July 23. Tickets available.
Riley J Burke (Bloody Sargeant, Seyton/Murderer 1)

This is Riley’s debut with the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival and Sacramento City College! Riley was most recently seen as Ismene in the Falcon’s Eye Theatre production of Antigone at Folsom Lake College. RJ has also participated in other productions in the Bay Area such as, Almost Maine (Sandrine), Angel Street (Nancy), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Suzanne) and As You Like It (Audrey) as well as multiple productions of Eve Ensler’s, The Vagina Monologues. RJ plans to study musical theatre well as continue exploring other theatre avenues such as stage management and directing. Riley would like to thank her friends and family and extend a special thanks to Christine Mani, Sam Frajio and Kevin Richmond for all their love and support! 
Jake Brooks (Menteith/Second Murderer)

Macbeth marks Jake’s return to the Sacramento stage after almost a decade away. Previous credits include Robin Hood and Cabaret at CSUS, Toke at the Ooley Theater, Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You at Ovation Stage, and As You Like It with the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival. He also wrote and directed the original one act Secret Origin while at CSUS. He has performed improv for many years with ComedySportz, in both Sacramento and Los Angeles, and currently at Empire Arts Collective. He works in the tasting room of The Lucas Winery in Lodi and lives in Elk Grove with his wife, Dechelle (whom he met doing theater).
Sinead Kennedy (Hecate Witch/Duncan Servant)

After a long hiatus from the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival, Sinead is thrilled to be back. Her last show in the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival was Mid Summer’s Night Dream (Oberon Fairy). The previous shows she was in are Sacramento City College, The Alchemist (Gossip), Beyond Persuasion (Servant 1/Servant 2/ Butler), and Snow White: A British Panto (Baloney). For her day job she works for the Office Assistant over at California Department of Veterans Affairs, and she teaches the youth the art of theatre with On Stage Theatre Arts over at Leonardo da Vinci K-8. She would like to thank her family and friends for their support and would like to give a shout-out to the directors, stage managers, fellow cast members, and crew for being awesome. enjoy the show.

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