Geoffrey gets a permanent posting as the New Burbage artistic director after his triumphant Hamlet, but major challenges loom ahead. Richard, the CEO, must keep the festival from going broke, and Geoffrey must stage the cursed Scottish tragedy, Macbeth.
Did You Know?
During the last performance of Hamlet, Ellen is heard telling Sloan on the phone that they are still in the middle of the first act; however, Jack can be heard over the speaker saying, "Whether 'tis nobler in the mind," which comes from the "To be or not to be" soliloquy, which occurs in the first scene of the third act. See more
Oliver Welles is dead! I poured him in the river and swans *ate* him!
I Wont Play Mackers
Written by Bob Martin, Greg Morrison and Lisa Lambert See more