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Great Performances: Macbeth

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Take this opportunity to watch Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood in this award-winning performance of Macbeth, presented by PBS’ Great Performances. Stewart gives another stunning interpretation of one of Shakespeare’s flawed characters, and Fleetwood presents Lady Macbeth as the schemer she was. This site also offers an educator’s guide to the movie and play, and an interview with Sir Patrick Stewart.

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