I took care of Banquo already. Nobody else knows about the pencil case that we stole.
We have to act natural later today.
Let me out!
We can tell Macbeth that Banquo is not a problem anymore!
Wait . . . Where did Fleance go?
"Both of you know Banquo was your enemy," (Macbeth 3.1. 129-130). Macbeth hires two 'hitmen' to get rid of Banquo, a threat to Macbeth's power and influence, and faultless image.
My man Banquo . . . I miss him, where did he go?
The last time I saw him was during recess.
L.M., or Lady Macbeth, expresses her concern and anxiousness over their deed. It is revealed that Macbeth and L.D. has stolen the pencil case of one of their peers.
If you have any information, tell me right away.
The 'hitmen' hired by Macbeth complete their assignment of getting rid of Banquo. However, Fleance escapes from their grasp.
Macbeth puts on a mask of innocence, feigning concern for Banquo. As Macbeth's peers give him updates as to where they last saw Banquo, Macbeth begins to hallucinate. Macbeth's sudden reaction to the hallucination causes Macbeth's peers to form suspicions towards him that never go away.
Are you serious?
Y - yes . . .
Ms. Hecate, the class teacher, discovers the issue over the missing pencil case and the suspicions toward Macbeth. She takes control of the situation and asks the students not to meddle.