Susan Giusto performs Act 2, Scene 1 from Macbeth, a play by William Shakespeare.


Susan Giusto started experimenting with voice acting at an early age performing and writing poems and radio plays. She has also produced sound effects and music scores for live theater. Recently Susan lends her voice to a myriad of projects from training videos and commercial spots to audio books and recently several character voices for animated short student films. She continues to keep her craft sharp by taking classes and workshops with Wren.  Susan can be contacted by and at

From Susan: “I wanted to explore the crushing and confused confidence as Macbeth debates the actions to come. The hunger, the depravity, the loneliness of the decision that beckons into the soul. What things would pivot in life due to this deed, as the rationale of mental competency seemed to slip away. I stepped into the deep dark and felt that bit of discontinuity as the words gave feeling and images a place for the voice to speak what only the mind could ponder. I felt the hairs on the back of my neck raise. I held that dagger in my mind.”

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