A Shakespearean treat performed in an immediate and accessible style, Macdeath is a funny, cautionary tale that combines Shakespeare's rich language with a healthy dose of invention and idiocy.
The side-splitting tale combines Shakespeare's rich language with everyday English. It pulls no punches, leaving in all the murder and foul play; all the injustice and cruelty; all the horror of one man's ambition gone horribly wrong. But in a fun way.
This is Shakespeare unplugged and re-wired, performed with stupidity and skill.
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