Shakespeare's murderous couple cordially invite you to witness a hyper-speed rendition of their gruesome story, told entirely without words. Kings will die, nature itself will be twisted, and funny silent-film gestures will be made.
See it if you enjoy creativity. This silent Macbeth is highly imaginative & will give you new appreciation of the plot. Highly engaging; truly funny.
Don't see it if you don't know the play (just read a synopsis beforehand and GO). Both Canadian actors are strong; Clara Prevost is impossibly beautiful.
See it if Startling, ingenious physical theater -- no spoken words. The stage is covered in smashed eggs and fake blood by the end.
Don't see it if You don't like physical theater. No prior knowledge of MacBeth is needed, but it might help to read a plot summary.
See it if You want non-traditional version of Macbeth inspired by silent films. You enjoy puppetry. You enjoy imaginative plays.
Don't see it if You want traditional Shakespeare. You don't like puppetry.
See it if You'd enjoy seeing a quirky adapt of WS, like madcap & inventive staging, are up for a crazy experience.
Don't see it if U need yr Shkspre pure, don't know anything about Macbeth (read up b4!), are overly squeamish, don't like nutty puppetry or fringe-y shows.
See it if you appreciate a small quirky production that is so engaging and creative despite having a small budget
Don't see it if you dislike shows without dialogue, are looking for a big budget production, have no interest in weird Shakespeare adaptations
See it if You enjoy Shakespeare with a twist. Smart and funny and brilliantly executed, this show is well worth it!
Don't see it if You don't know Macbeth, because it's a truncated version of the play, going in with an understanding of what is happening is important.
See it if you want the best of fringe theater. Great for casual Shakespeare readers & Shakespeare snobs alike. Maybe especially for snobs.
Don't see it if you only like big budget shows; you've never read/seen Macbeth. Some familiarity w/ the play is a must. The more you know the better it is.
See it if You enjoy re-imaginations of classic plays. You like puppetry/mime-inspired pieces.
Don't see it if You want a huge spectacle. You aren't familiar with Macbeth. You don't like experimental staging.
See it if you're up for 45 minutes of an exhilarating retelling of Macbeth. It helps to have an idea of the plot, but the actors do provide clues.
Don't see it if you like your Shakespeare with big casts (Where are the witches?), costumes, scenery, dialogue. There is much blood, befitting a tragedy.
See it if you want to see something totally different - an imaginative recap of Macbeth with two talented actors who can convey the story w/o speaking
Don't see it if not in the mood for silliness or might feel squeamish seeing (fake) blood.
See it if you are tired of pretentious theater and want a total refreshing view of it can be done with little resources and lots of imagination.
Don't see it if you want to "hear" Shakespeare, or if you want to see high production values.
See it if You are familiar with the story of Macbeth, enjoy physical theatre or clown and can appreciate a creative lens on a classic story.
Don't see it if You're a purist Shakespeare nut who needs language or can't appreciate story without a Broadway production value.
See it if you want to see a creative, different show. (Make sure you remember Macbeth's plot).
Don't see it if you don't like small shows in small stages. If you are afraid of getting dirty with an egg or fake blood.
See it if You want a hilarious yet poignant distillation of Macbeth.
Don't see it if You don't know the story of Macbeth, want a traditional theater experience, or don't like set pieces set to music.
See it if You love clever small productions and using your imaginations to fill in the blanks. Extremely talented cast made Macbeth funny effortlessly
Don't see it if You prefer a refined and elaborate spetacle. This is Macbeth in raw, super speed comedy form. No time wasted and extra hilarious. Go see it!
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