Theatrical tradition would urge us to call Macbeth “The Scottish Play,” so that disaster doesn’t befall us. But this bad luck tradition only comes into play (no pun intended) when the title is mentioned inside the theater where the performance is to be presented. But erring on the side of prudence is always best. For many of us this play remains a favorite (perhaps you first read it in high school) as does the quip “Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are the happiest married couple in Shakespeare.” Let’s contrast these observations with those of many theatergoers who find this play one of the darkest of Shakespeare’s works. We’ll find out “tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow…” Three Sessions, Thursdays, Oct 27, Nov 3, and Nov 10 from 10:30 to noon. Choose between Live Zoom Classes or Recorded Classes, $15. Go to https://chesapeakeforum.org/ to register.