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Macbeth

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

Macbeth

cutting and notes by Lindsay Price from the original by Shakespeare

A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's tale of ambition and murder.

 About 60 minutes

Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks


 24
18 M | 6 W, Doubling Possible


Interior and Exterior


 33 pages

Drama Classical Adaptation Shakespeare Shakespeare in an Hour

The intriguing tragedy of a Scottish warrior's encounters with witches, ghosts, and his unavoidable destiny.

24 Characters
18 M, 6 W, Doubling Possible

Characters in this play are currently identified as male or female. Directors are welcome to assign any gender (binary or non-binary) to any character and modify pronouns accordingly.

Duncan [M] 10 lines
King of Scotland.
Malcolm [M] 17 lines
Duncan’s Son.
Donalbain [M] 4 lines
Duncan’s Son.
Macbeth [M] 101 lines
Thane of Glamis. Two Monologues.
Macduff [M] 35 lines
Thane of Fife.
Lennox [M] 17 lines
Thane.
Angus [M] 6 lines
Thane.
Ross [M] 18 lines
Thane.
Banquo [M] 21 lines
A General, friend to Macbeth.
Lady Macbeth [W] 41 lines
Wife to Macbeth. Two Monologues.
Lady Macduff [W] 6 lines
Wife to Macduff.
Witches [W] 12, 11, 10 lines
Three witches.
Murderers [M] 10,2 lines
Two Murderers.
Fleance [M]
Son to Banquo.
Sergeant [M] 2 lines
Sergeant in Duncan’s army.
Seyton [M] 7 lines
Servant to Macbeth.
Porter [M] 5 lines
Servant to Macbeth.
Doctor [M] 12 lines
Doctor to Macbeth.
Gentlewoman [W] 9 lines
Servant to Lady Macbeth.
Messenger [M] 3 lines
Servant to Macbeth.
Siward [M] 4 lines
Malcolm’s uncle, English.

Prop List

letter, serving trays, dagger, glass, baby, knife, candle, papers, swords, Macbeth’s head

Multimedia

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