THOMAS KYD’S THE SCOTTISH LADY by James Lewis Huss

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The three most important things in a man’s life are his wife, his sword, and his dick, not necessarily in that order. And who in history is manlier than Macbeth? I’ll tell you—Lady Macbeth. Thomas Kyd’s The Scottish Lady tells the whole story of Macbeth, the story of his lady, the story Shakespeare was too craven to compose, a story of a woman behind her man, strapping on her courage, bending his will, and pushing him to depths he’s never reached. But their intercourse is tragic, for she fucks him in the end. The Scottish Lady—Macbeth was never so manly.

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CHARACTERS

Gruoch, Lady Macbeth

Macbeth, Thane of Glamis/King of Scotland

Suthen, Lady Duncan

Darcel, Lady Macduff

Macduff, Thane of Fife

Banquo, Thane of Lochaber

Malcolm, Thane of Ross

Agnes of Alba

Alanis Muir

Euphame the Pict

Chambermaid

Physician

First Guard

Second Guard

REVIEWS

(tongue firmly in cheek with these!)

“Macbeth doesn’t get any manlier than this.” – William Shakespeare

“More balls than Macbeth.” – Ben Jonson

“And you thought Macbeth was manly.” – Christopher Marlowe

“120 minutes of manly.” – Thomas Middleton

RUNNING TIME

Approximately 120 minutes

 

PREVIEW

Preview available here

 

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Cast Size

FEMALE CAST

MALE - CAST

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