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Tag Archives: “Brewer’s Theater: A Phrase and Fable Dictionary” Jonathan Law et al foreward by Peter Ustinov

THE SCOTTISH PLAY PART 1

THE WORD “MACBETH” is never, ever uttered in a theater, except when performing in the Shakespeare play. To avoid the curse, it must always be referred to as “The Scottish … Continue reading

February 21, 2020 · Leave a comment