THE STORY SO FAR: Macbeth has rather proactively fulfilled the witches' prophecy that he would become king of Scotland. But what do the witches think of it all?
There is a general consensus that this scene was actually written by Shakespeare's contemporary and occasional collaborator, Thomas Middleton, and then inserted into Macbeth after Shakespeare's death, presumably to up the showy occult factor. It is so rarely included in performance that I don't think I've actually ever seen it. Have you seen Hecate? Report on it in the comments!
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"Nighted Colour" Sale Starts Friday!
In general I like to spend the days after Thanskgiving at home with my family, relaxing, reading, and shaking my head at the hordes of people thronging the streets in search of good Black Friday sales. However, as I am now apparently a small business owner, I feel compelled to flow with the tide of crass seasonal commercialism. And so..
Everything in the Good Tickle Shoppe will be
20% off from November 27-30!
I will also be adding some new products to me store at this time, specifically a Complete Works tote bag and Shakespeare/Burbage campaign t-shirts, tote bags, and bumper stickers! How exciting is that?!? I'm picking them up from the printer this week, and they should be available for purchase on Friday. Here's a sneak peek:
All in all, this is going to be a great weekend to pick up a holiday gift for the Shakespearean geek(s) in your life while simultaneously supporting Good Tickle Brain's continued operations! Remember to check out my holiday shipping deadlines, and thanks for your support!