Scene 2

Scene 2

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  • Prepare yourselves
  • Then let the rain come down
  • It will rain tonight.
  • Oh, this is treachery! Get out of here, good Fleance, run, run, run! Someday you can get revenge
  • Here comes a light! Here comes a light!
  • That’s him
  • Would you rather hear these things from our mouths or from our master’s?
  • Macbeth will never be defeated until Birnam Wood marches to fight you at Dunsinane Hill.
  • Be violent, bold, and firm. Laugh at the power of other men, because nobody born from a woman will ever harm Macbeth.
  • Call them. Let me see them.
  • Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! Beware Macduff. Beware the thane of Fife. Let me go. Enough.
  • Young son of a traitor!
  • He has killed me, Mother. Run away, I beg you!
  • Murder!
  • Banquo orders his son Fleance to escape before he is killed by the murderers sent by Macbeth.
  • She would have died later anyway. That news was bound to come someday. Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. The days creep slowly along until the end of time. And every day that’s already happened has taken fools that much closer to their deaths.....
  • What was that cry for?
  • The queen is dead, my lord.
  • A sound of women crying offstage.
  • Macbeth visits the weird sisters again, they give him three more prophecies: He should fear Macduff, he cannot be harmed by anyone born of a woman, and he will not be defeated until Birnam Wood.
  • You can forget about your charm. The evil spirit you serve can tell you that I was not born. They cut me out of my mother’s womb before she could bear me naturally.
  • You’re wasting your time trying to wound me. You might as well try to stab the air with your sword. Go fight someone who can be harmed. I lead a charmed life, which can’t be ended by anyone born from a woman.
  • Curse you for telling me this. You’ve fightened away my courage. I don’t believe those evil creatures anymore. They tricked me with their wordgames, raising my hopes and then destroying them.
  • Macbeth sends murderers to kill Macduff, when they don't find him, they kill his family.
  • Hail, king! Because that’s what you are now. Look, here I have Macbeth’s cursed head. We are free from his tyranny. I see that you have the kingdom’s noblemen around you, and they’re thinking the same thing as me. I want them to join me in this loud cheer, Hail, King of Scotland!
  • Hail, King of Scotland!
  • Macbeth receives news from Seyton that the Queen Lady Macbeth has died in bed.
  • Macbeth moments away from fighting Macduff and dying, he is told by Macduff that he was cut out of his mother's womb, and Macbeth now knows that all the three prophecies told by the witches are true.
  • Macduff shows Malcolm Macbeth's head, Macduff and everyone else with them hail Malcolm as the new King of Scotland. Malcolm names all the thanes and kinsmen the first earls of Scotland.
  • It won’t be long before I reward each of you as he deserves. My thanes and kinsmen, I name you all earls, the first earls that Scotland has ever had. We have a lot to do at the dawn of this new era.
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