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Macbet......."Scottish Play"

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nanorman On June 05, 2013




Unfortunatly Arklow, Ireland
#1New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:12:28
Going to go see Macbeth tomorrow, true story, If I don't get crushed by a flaming cast member I'll tell you how it went. Has anyone read it, it's actually not bad, I have to do a play and the analysis of the play is actually cool, the ambiguity and all...mad out. Well I'm glad we had this chance to talk......*walk backwards* .........*Door shuts*.........
Emskie On November 27, 2019




, United Kingdom
#2New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:15:10
yeah i like this best out of all shakespeare, mainly cos its bloody
stumblinthrulife On April 16, 2008

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Lake Saint Louis, Missouri
#3New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:16:15
Is this a dagger I see before me?

Out, out! Damn spot!

Lead on McDuff.

Yeah, MacBeth rocks.
man_in_kilt On December 05, 2006

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trapped in my mind, Tennessee
#4New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:19:27
Macbeth is one of my all time favorite plays.The only rival for it would have to be A christmas Carol.The local theater near me is doing Macbeth soon.Oh how I wished I was in it and able to wear a kilt in public without the looks.....sorry random thought there.
steven On September 10, 2008




, United Kingdom
#5New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:20:57
@stumblinthrulife Said
Is this a dagger I see before me?

Out, out! Damn spot!

Lead on McDuff.

Yeah, MacBeth rocks.


The handle towards my hand, come let me clutch thee,
Art thou not fatal vision , sensible to feeling as to sight ?
Or art thou just a dagger of the mind ? Proceeding from this heat oppressed brain.

It's this heat oppressed brain bit that brings stumblin to my mind

stumblinthrulife On April 16, 2008

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Lake Saint Louis, Missouri
#6New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:26:14
@steven Said
The handle towards my hand, come let me clutch thee,
Art thou not fatal vision , sensible to feeling as to sight ?
Or art thou just a dagger of the mind ? Proceeding from this heat oppressed brain.

It's this heat oppressed brain bit that brings stumblin to my mind



Yeah, thanks for that!
glitter_sniffer On August 25, 2015
Om nom nom





Glasgow, United Kingdom
#7New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:32:13
What an awesome play. I got to play lady Macbeth last year. hurrah.
steven On September 10, 2008




, United Kingdom
#8New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:37:29
s*** ! I was only a friggin log.... When Burnham wood remove to friggin Dunsidane. 8) Success didn't change me. I'm still a log.
nanorman On June 05, 2013




Unfortunatly Arklow, Ireland
#9New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:40:25
Cool, Lady Macbeth, My favourite quote is, "What you egg!, You fry of trechary!" I don't know why I just laughed so hard at that, probably because it was so serious and it's what the murderer says before killing the Macduff family. Is there any truth to the superstition, saying macbeth's name bring's distruction, I heard some people saying a lighting rig fell onto the person who played Macduff in the play I'm going to see, probably just a stoned trash can, but you never know!
steven On September 10, 2008




, United Kingdom
#10New Post! Jan 12, 2006 @ 22:44:11
@nanorman Said
Cool, Lady Macbeth, My favourite quote is, "What you egg!, You fry of trechary!" I don't know why I just laughed so hard at that, probably because it was so serious and it's what the murderer says before killing the Macduff family. Is there any truth to the superstition, saying macbeth's name bring's distruction, I heard some people saying a lighting rig fell onto the person who played Macduff in the play I'm going to see, probably just a stoned trash can, but you never know!


It is supposed to be bad luck to say *Macbeth* inside a theatre. All actors just refer to it as that Scottish play.
steraw04 On December 12, 2007




Toronto, Canada
#11New Post! Jan 13, 2006 @ 13:52:06
i really liked readin macbeth in school. but I doubt I'd be able to understand alot of it nowadays.
tbh... i prefer a midsummer nights dream but its personal preferance I guess!
nanorman On June 05, 2013




Unfortunatly Arklow, Ireland
#12New Post! Jan 14, 2006 @ 01:33:30
Lol, I realised also that I went to see Macbeth on Friday the 13th..ohhhhh! It was good, but old english+Fast talking=difficult to understand! You really have to appreciate it first to like it, doubt I would of liked it if this was my first shakespearean experience! Setas were small....lol
crazybeck On January 18, 2009




Willenhall, United Kingdom
#13New Post! Jan 23, 2006 @ 01:36:45
Macbeth is just the best play ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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