Macbeth 4.1 – The weird sisters lay down some freaky dark magic
as Macbeth returns to them for a dose of "good news, bad news".
This is way beyond putting the lime in the coconut.
stars burn out, by lacunae, courtesy of music.mevio.com
Jiaying Lu, Daniel Kahan, PipelineManager.com, LLC, Philippa Hemsley, Carleton Robinson, Irina Novikova, Doug Boone, Ann Winton, Steven Lichtman, Paul Jackson, Misty Wilson, Erika Spykman, Kathryn Johnston, Joel Smith, Rachel Platt, Ann Carrigan, Michael VanWagenen, Daniel Kaufman, Kate Miller, Desiree Snider, Kenneth Crater, Philip Hickman, Bunker Hill, Paul Jackson, Jean Bates, Jason McDonald, Veronica Gutchell, Stephen Harvey, Slow Balony Records, Jackie Reuter, Grounded, Paul Jackson, G.Robin Smith, Karen Hohndel, Lisa Dusseault, Karen Kahane, Rosemary Cox-Galhotra ,VLA-Shakespeare Project, Judy & Jerry Ziegler, Soho Gallery for Digital Art
Harvey Washbrook, Angelica Montgomery, Robert Scott, Angelica Montgomery, Robert Skoye, Caroline Foty, ken Whitaker, Caitlin DiCristofalo, Jean Bates, Tracey Stewart, Robin Travenick, Laurilee Jordan, Julie Kipp, Laura Ricketts, Erica Hernandez, Novikova Family, Cathy Quast, David Southwick, Leigh Coop, Heidi Narum, Penelope Ziarnik, Aaron Wiley
Heather Ordover, Kymberly Tuttle, Jackie Reuter, G.Robin Smith, Tom Synnott-Bell, Arielle Lipshaw, Mitch Mondello, Jonathan Sneedse, Caroline Foty
About the Podcast
The show dedicated to revealing the plays of William Shakespeare as tasty entertainment for today’s hungry audience. Be you actor or observer, this show offers a fresh look at some very old goods.