Updated: 1/29/2021

Storyboard Text

  • Exposition
  • Hail Thane of Cawdor
  • Banquo you will not be king but your sons will be king
  • Rising Action
  • But the King has been nice to us. Fine I will kill him
  • Are you not man enough to Kill the King
  • Rising Action Conflict
  • The exposition of Macbeth is Act One: Macbeth’s prophecies from the witches and his decision to kill Duncan to become king. The exposition is the beginning of a story, where the characters, setting, and problem are introduced.
  • Climax
  • Macbeth and Banquo’s encounter with the witches initiates both conflicts; Lady Macbeth’s speeches goad Macbeth into murdering Duncan and seizing the crown.
  • Falling action
  • Macbeth's murder of Duncan in Act II represents the point of no return, after which Macbeth is forced to continue butchering his subjects to avoid the consequences of his crime.
  • Resolution
  • Before the party Macbeth orders the murder of Banquo and his son Fleance. When Macbeth is at the party, he hallucinates the presence of Banquo’s ghost.
  • the ghost of Banquo
  • The main conflict between the protagonist (the central character – Macbeth) and the antagonist (his opposite – Macduff) is established. Macduff flees to England and is getting English support. Macduff' family is murdered by Macbeth and the murderers.
  • It will be done
  • I need your help could you send soldiers to Scotland
  • The two men fight and Macbeth is killed.