Power, greed, the human fate and the supernatural: these are the basic ingredients of Shakespeare’s thrilling and enthralling tragedy Macbeth. Written around 1606 by William Shakespeare, Macbeth focuses on the roots of evil in the human being like no other play by the bard.
As a research assistant at the English Department, RWTH Aachen, Mollie Jackson wanted to offer her student a slightly different kind of language class. And, having had so much fun with the first play, Mollie and her students decided for a second play, and a third…
“What’s ‘Lampenfieber’ in English?” – “I don’t know… ‘actor’s nausea’?”