BC: The End.
FC: Megan Mikeska, Dawne Wright, and Jessica Ross | Act II
1: Scene 1 | Banquo, "Give me my sword. -who's there?" Macbeth replies, "A friend." | Banquo is becoming suspicious of Macbeth because of the preminition in his dream the weird sisters revealed truths about Macbeth.
2: Scene 1
3: Macbeth has a vision of a dagger floating in the air before him, its handle pointing toward his hand and its tip aiming him towards where Duncan rests
4: . | “Had he not resembled father as he slept.” | Scene 2
5: Hearing Macbeth cry out, Lady Macbeth worries that the guards awoke. She says she cannot understand how Macbeth could fail. | She would have killed the king herself then and there
6: "I go, and it's done. The bell invites me. hear not, Duncan, for it is a knell that summons thee to heaven or to hell." | Scene 2 | Macbeth kills the king
8: After Macbeths refusal to return to the murder scene Lady Macbeth has to and frames the guards for King Duncans demise. | Scene 2
10: Scene 3
11: Macduff asks Macbeth if the king is awake because Duncan asked to see him earlier | Scene 3
12: Scene 3
13: They just dicovered the dead kings corspe, and Lady Macbeth acts as though she is horrified. | Macduff returns from King Duncans room shouting, "Oh horror! Oh horror!"
14: Macduff seems suspicious of these new deaths, which Macbeth explains by saying that his fury at Duncan’s death was so powerful that he could not restrain himself. | Scene 3
15: Lady Macbeth faints.
16: King Duncans sons Malcom and Donalbain flee court, scared for their own safety | Scene 3
17: Malcom set off to South England | Donalbain declares he will go to Ireland
19: Scene 4 | Macduff emerges from the castle and tells Ross that Macbeth has been made king by the other lords, and that he now rides to Scone to be crowned | Suspicion has now fallen on the two princes, Malcolm and Donalbain, because they have fled the scene