Updated: 3/12/2020

Storyboard Text

  • The Big Race!
  • It's so good to be your right hand!
  • We did it!
  • You will be great!
  • Duncan Doesn't Belong
  • You should be President Macbeth!
  • Banquo vice president, then to be president in the future!
  • Kill him!!
  • Honey, do you think I should be president?
  • Of course, but you will never betray that Duncan. I'd kill him if that meant i'd be president.
  • Duncan (middle) is now President Duncan with Macbeth (left) as his Vice President and Banquo (right) as his Speaker of House. All three men stand proud of their accomplishments and cant stop smiling.
  • Anxious thoughts
  • Kill Duncan? He's been my friend for years! But it seems appealing in my mind.. loyalty or power, I choose power.
  • Three strange Macbeth "fans" bombard Banquo and Macbeth as they walk around the city. They declare that Macbeth should take his rightful place as president but Macbeth and Banquo look at the women with looks of confusion.
  • One Week, New President
  • President Macbeth!!!! Take your rightful place.
  • President Macbeth? Not so.
  • Macbeth looks to his wife for advice on how he should handle the revelations he received from the women he ran into today. The second lady gives Macbeth her harsh thoughts on killing Duncan.
  • Suspicion
  • Macbeth president, three days after those fans bombarded us.. Could Macbeth be the murderer?
  • Macbeth has thoughts on whether or not he should kill Duncan. He decides that having power over the United States is more important than remaining loyal to his friend and president.
  • Macbeth murders Duncan in his home while he slept. The next morning it becomes national news. Macbeth acts as if nothing occurred and goes to his own home.
  • President assassinated while in his own home
  • Banquo begins suspecting Macbeth of being the Murder of Duncan after he becomes president after a week of Duncan being leader. He knows how loyal Macbeth was to Duncan but he also knows that ambition may have sparked within Macbeth.