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Carol S Lashof, AND TOMORROW AND TOMORROW ...

10 Jun 2014 11:04 PM | Carol Lashof

AND TOMORROW AND TOMORROW ...

Stumbling in a daze from the battlefield to the afterlife, Macbeth encounters three mysterious and yet familiar spirits, who offer him a chance for a do-over.  Will he get it right this time?

A four-character 10-minute play published by YouthPLAYS, Spring 2014

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Stumbling in a daze from the battlefield to the afterlife, Macbeth encounters three spiritsundefinedGraymalkin, Paddock and Pyewacket (rhymes with “I thwack it”).  They appear to Macbeth as a cat, a toad, and a dog, and they also look familiar.  Very familiar.  And indeed, that’s what they are: “familiars,” the companion spirits of the three witches whose prophecies led to his ruin, offering Macbeth the chance for a do-over.  But will he get it right this time...?
Stumbling in a daze from the battlefield to the afterlife, Macbeth encounters three spiritsundefinedGraymalkin, Paddock and Pyewacket (rhymes with “I thwack it”).  They appear to Macbeth as a cat, a toad, and a dog, and they also look familiar.  Very familiar.  And indeed, that’s what they are: “familiars,” the companion spirits of the three witches whose prophecies led to his ruin, offering Macbeth the chance for a do-over.  But will he get it right this time...?
Stumbling in a daze from the battlefield to the afterlife, Macbeth encounters three spiritsundefinedGraymalkin, Paddock and Pyewacket (rhymes with “I thwack it”).  They appear to Macbeth as a cat, a toad, and a dog, and they also look familiar.  Very familiar.  And indeed, that’s what they are: “familiars,” the companion spirits of the three witches whose prophecies led to his ruin, offering Macbeth the chance for a do-over.  But will he get it right this time...?

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