Macbeth Shakespeare Act 3 Scene 3

Macbeth Shakespeare Act 3 Scene 3

Storyboard Text

  • "who did bid thee join with us?"
  • The murders discuss the killing that's about to happen
  • "Macbeth"
  • "He needs not our mistrust..."
  • Banquo is killed
  • "O, treachery! Fly, good Fleance, fly, fly, fly!"
  • Murders talk after the murder
  • "Theres but one down; the son is fled"
  • "We have lost best half of our affair"
  • "Well, lets away away and say how much is done."
  • The murders talk about how Macbeth ordered them to kill Banquo and Fleance. The third murderer says "he needs not our mistrust". This means that if they don't kill them there will be mistrust between them and Macbeth.
  • The murderers jump out and murder Banquo. Banquo tells Fleance to flee and he rides away with his horse. Later on in the story Fleance might tell the others about what happened.
  • The murders only kill Banquo but fleance is able to escape. They talk about how Fleance escaped and that they could be in toruble. They decide to tell Macbeth about this anyways.
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