Drama. Excitement. Murder. Lust for power gone awry.
This tale of prophesy, murder, and one couple’s lust for power gone awry is choreographed by Robert Weiss and set to an original score by J. Mark Scearce. With all new sets and costumes this world premiere is not to be missed!
Here’s the Question: Act 3, Scene 4:
The banquet is underway in the great hall of the royal palace. Amidst the revelers, Macbeth sees the First Murderer and, as inconspicuously as possible, he walks over to speak with him. The First Murderer tells him that the blood Macbeth sees upon his face is Banquo’s and that Fleance has escaped. Macbeth is unhappy with the news that Fleance remains alive, but he focuses on the good news of Banquo’s death and decides to take his place at the dinner table. But Macbeth’s seat is already occupied…
Who is sitting in Macbeth’s seat?
Send your answer in by midnight Friday, April 15 2016 to be entered. The winner will be notified by email by 5pm Saturday, April 16 2016.
Who sat in Macbeth's Chair at the Feast?