Monthly Archives: April 2010

When my drink is ready …

I love that line and the way it can affect an audience, filling them with admiration and dread for the forthcoming act, so colorfully, and so crudely described as a drink. But I also think it is the key to … Continue reading

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To lie like truth …

There is that strange bit of a speech after Lenox and Macbeth return from viewing Duncan’s butchered body, wherein Mackie had also killed the grooms (talk about being at the wrong place at the wrong time, much like Lady McDuff). … Continue reading

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The future in the instant …

I was talking about technology with a buddy of mine this afternoon, and he echoed a thought I’ve often had which I am sure is not an uncommon one, that it seems very possible and likely that in the near … Continue reading

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Open locks, whoever knocks …

This phrase is the tag line of our production, and recently I’ve been thinking about it quite a bit in relation to other aspects of character of Macbeth and the show at large. The phrase is spoken by the witches … Continue reading

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All our yesterdays …

The tomorrow speech is probably the most famous speech in the entire bloody language, and so far every time I do it I feel I am proceeding into a hallowed moment with its requisite preceeding pause rather then an actual … Continue reading

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