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Macbeth Sophia Walker. In today’s feature presentation…. In today’s feature presentation, we were supposed to be re-enacting the famous monologue, “Is this a dagger I see before me?” by Macbeth just moments before he killed King Duncan.

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Macbeth

Sophia Walker


In today’s feature presentation…

  • In today’s feature presentation, we were supposed to be re-enacting the famous monologue, “Is this a dagger I see before me?” by Macbeth just moments before he killed King Duncan.

  • Due to technical difficulties and a small amount of time, it will be presented differently.

  • The show will be starting shortly with a brief message from our sponsors afterwards.

  • So please, enjoy the show!


  • Is this a dagger I see before me, the handle towards my hand?


  • Come, let me clutch thee.


  • I have thee not, but yet I see thee still.


  • Art thou not fatal vision, sensible to feeling as to sight?


  • Or is thou just a dagger of the mind, a creation proceeding from the heat-oppressed mind?


  • I see thee yet, in form as palpable as this now I draw.


  • Thou marshall’t me the way I was going, and such an instrument I was too use.


  • Mine eyes have made fools of the other senses,

  • Or else are worth all the rest.


  • I see thee still, and on thy blade gouts of blood that weren’t there before.


  • There’s no such thing. It is the bloody business which informs thus to mine eyes.


  • Now o’er one half the world nature seems dead, and wicked dreams abuse the curtained sleep.


  • Witchcraft celebrates Pale Hecate’s offerings and withered murder.


  • Alarumed by his sentinel the wolf, whose howls his watch, thus with stealthy place.


  • With Tarquin’s ravishing strides towards his design, with moves like a ghost.


  • Thou sure and firm set earth, hear not my steps. For fear the very stones prate of my whereabout.


  • Whiles I threat, he lives. Words to the heat of deeds the cool breath gives.

This is now the 100th time you’ve said that.


  • I go, and it is done. The bell invites me.

  • Hear it not Duncan, for it is a knell that summons you to heaven or to hell.


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  • Is this a sandwich placed before me, the soft bread sitting on a plate? Come, let me grab you.


  • I haven’t eaten you yet, but I see you still. Is it possible to eat you as much as I want too?


  • Or are you nothing more than a sandwich created by my mind, a hallucination from my hunger-stricken stomach?

Can’t eat me, I’m not real!


  • I can still see you, as delicious as the gum I chew now. You tempt my stomach whose hunger is growing, I don’t even care what condiments were to be used!

I don’t care!


  • But my friend has made a fool of me, because it turns out the sandwich is hers!

Fool, the sandwich is mine!

But… but… Okay…


  • I can still see you, and I see the bite-marks on your bread that weren’t there before.


  • There’s no such food, it’s just my hunger making me think I ate her sandwich.


  • Now half the sandwich is gone, and being digested by my stomach. I celebrate the offerings made to my hungry tummy as its once loud growl is now silence.


  • And now Maya moves towards her sandwich with quickened strides. Full and happy stomach, don’t give away that I ate her sandwich and I broke our promise, but while I sit here, she gets closer. Don’t follow your own hunger dear sister, because you will only find crumbs, or nothing.

Hey, where’d my sandwich go?


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Thanks for watching! 


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