Ross goes to the library and tells Macduff the horrible news. Macduff is left with anger and wants to seek revenge on Macbeth.
Macbeth is overconfident with lead role in the play. He knows than nothing will get him off the play. This is also an example of Hubris because he is arrogant over his role.
Break a leg Macbeth!
Siward and his men ... This event marks the beginning of Macbeth's downfall. The first prophecy had become true as the trees from the park seem to be heading towards the school, which is a cause for concern.
New Cast Party!
Macbeth realizes Macduff was born from a c-section, causing him to face Anagnorisis. He concludes that all of the witches prophecies had been proven true, revealing his fate.
Macbeth was never meant to be the lead role! Becuase of his horrible deeds, he is expelled from the school and to ever participate in plays!
Malcolm is proclaimed to have the lead role! Justice is done and balance is restored, the other members of the play are relieved and experience Catharsis. That's the end of the tragedy, as the tragic hero suffered due to his hamartia, or flaws.