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Keep Calm And Never Say M*cbeth

Saying the name, or quoting from the play when you’re not actively involved in a production, is still considered massively bad form by some.

In my long career in theatre, I’ve been involved in all but two plays in the Shakespeare canon, the missing pair being King John and Henry VIII, but the play that I’ve worked on more productions of than any other is the one that you’re not supposed to mention. I’m going to mention it now, so if you’re in a theatre and are remotely superstitious, I suggest you stop reading.

Everyone else okay? Good, then I’ll carry on.

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