From the moment you pushed open the heavy wooden door to New York City’s Park Avenue Armory, you entered a special world created for the Rob Ashford/Kenneth Branagh production of Macbeth, an exhilarating, two-hour version of one of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays. You were given a color-coded rubber bracelet with your clan name—mine was red, as I was in the Robertson clan—and your program cover was imprinted with the name and tartan of your clan. You were directed ...

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