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Essay | Macbeth, A Review

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Macbeth, A Review

Summary: Reviews a production of the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Discusses the theatre, set design, costumes and performance.
As a virgin to The Shakespeare Theatre, I was pleasantly surprised when my recent encounter with Macbeth was a stimulating and enjoyable excursion. The two and a half hours I had predicted to be less than enchanting were filled with symbolism, and an overall attitude towards the Shakespeare classic that I had never contemplated before.

Upon entering the theatre, the audience was confronted with a stark stage, boasting only a large hollow cube with a single, leafless tree standing alone within it. The stark set was relatively consistent throughout the play, allowing the audience to focus on the characters. Another effective set design choice occurs when Macbeth was crowned King, and he and Lady Macbeth sat down on their throne. The throne was made of two black, straight-backed and armless chairs, with a single light dangling over them. Eerily, it was reminiscent of an interrogation room you...

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