"The more interesting take is to explore Macbeth as a tragic figure, a lesser man who cannot handle the gravity of the brutal actions he must perform to ascend to the throne. It makes for a far more interesting and compelling study of the human psyche....There’s never a shortage of action. It remains visually complex and well-choreographed throughout. Certainly, the production invites a visceral reaction, which is likely how Shakespeare originally intended it." Full Review
See it if you are interested in the workings of the human psyche. No other play explores the interaction of love and ambition so masterfully.
Don't see it if you are afraid of ghosts. The shade in this play is the kind of regret we all have, and the protagonist doesn't escape it.
See it if You are a fan of classic Shakespeare, if you want to experience Shalespeare on stage, or if you would like to see an epic tale unfold.
Don't see it if You are not interested in long, difficult words, or if you feel like you are easily confused.
See it if You love Shakespeare and Elizabethan theatre, tragedy, witches, and Scotland.
Don't see it if You have no interest in Shakespeare, find Elizabethan theatre dull, or would rather watch Jersey Shore