National Theatre of Scotland's

The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

November 26 - 28, 2012

Upstairs at Chicago Shakespeare

A World's Stage Production
from Scotland
written by David Greig
directed by Wils Wilson

Alasdair Macrae

Cast/Composer & Musical Director

Alasdair Macrae is an actor, sound designer, musician, musical director and composer. He trained in Theatre Arts at Langside College, Glasgow. Aly's work as an actor for the National Theatre of Scotland includes Calum's Road, Tall Tales for Small People, Peter Pan, Peeping at Bosch, Gobbo and HOME Caithness. Other acting credits include The Undersea World of Bubble McBea (Scottish Opera), Fergus Lamont (Communicado), Lost Ones, Invisible Man (Vanishing Point), Homers (Traverse) and Our Bad Magnet (Tron). Recent work as musical director, sound designer and composer includes Anna Karenina, Sleeping Beauty (Dundee Rep), The Bookie (Cumbernauld), The Government Inspector (Communicado), Little Red Riding Hood (Arches), The Beggar's Opera (Vanishing Point/Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh/ Belgrade, Coventry/ Tramway), Subway (Vanishing Point), Interiors (Traverse/ Vanishing Point/ Festival Teatro Napoli) and Tam O'Shanter (Communicado/ Perth Rep). Aly has won a number of awards including, most recently, Best Music and Sound for The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart at the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). He has also won a Herald Angel, two Fringe Firsts, and two further CATS awards for Subway (2007) and The Government Inspector (2010).

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