Folger Library editions are my favorites for reading Shakespeare.
Since I am an English teacher, and I teach Macbeth every year, I own or have seen just about every movie version of Macbeth that's available.
It followed the play well and I think it was important for the students to see it on stage with an audience.
Teller from Penn & Teller fame worked on this play. There are four magic tricks. I thought the play would have more.Published 16 days ago by Lisa Lindel
Shakespeare and Teller from Penn and Teller.....so much class in one package! Classic story, new presentation and amazing effects. Bravo!Published 6 months ago by Stephanie
Great resource however, it is difficult to see how long the video has played for queuing as its broken into small chunks, so that gets clumsy trying to find where you'd left off in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by jko
Some interesting choices in the production of the play on the DVD. Likes: Lady MB sleepwalking scene. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ms. W
The Folger Shakespeare Library editions provides some of the best notes for all levels of readers. This particular Macbeth edition included a CD of the play.Published 8 months ago by golfer
The DVD in this text is my favorite production of the Scottish play. My grade 12 students study an act, watch the act, then perform excerpts. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Britlitteacher.sr
I taught Macbeth to honors 10th graders who had never read Shakespeare. This was a great resource. For one thing, the play had the same page numbers as the school-issued Folger... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Magistra
It's one thing to slash the text, it's another to butcher the meaning in the process. Here's part of the Captain's speech from Act 1, scene 2:
The merciless... Read more