Macbeth Unplugged (Lu, 2007)

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3 Comments

  • Jen Benitz says:

    The scene with the three witches is one of my favorites in Macbeth, but I like the originality and modern influence of the scenery, choreography, and costumes. It’s very different than any other version of Macbeth that I’ve seen.

  • Jen Benitz says:

    TAGS: MASKS, WITCHES, MODERN, TOP HATS, TRENCH COAT, FORMAL DRESSING

  • William Garcia says:

    The set design and blocking for the scene when MacBeth murders the King are incredibly affective. The staircase placed center-left allows MacBeth to rise to the occasion of killing the king, while Lady MacBeth hovers upstage in the shadows, watching his (failed) progress. The frosted glass give the characters an ephemeral look as they walk around the stage, crossing between reality and a ghost world.