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  • Telford - Step up with Shakespeare - Photo gallery - 1

    'We came up with three images at the end of the play to represent what we thought the play was about. They were anger, murder, and finally death.' - Tina

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  • Telford - Step up with Shakespeare - Photo gallery - 2

    'What holds Macbeth together is his anger. Without it he is lost.' - Simon (Macbeth)

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  • Telford - Step up with Shakespeare - Photo gallery - 3

    'Lady Macbeth is never as strong as she appears. Even at the beginning.' - Shannon (Lady Macbeth)

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  • Telford - Step up with Shakespeare - Photo gallery - 4

    'Banquo's main fault is that he trusts too much. He never actually sees Macbeth.' - Mark (Banquo)

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  • Telford - Step up with Shakespeare - Photo gallery - 5

    'The witches are manipulative. They are like school bullies, having lots of attitude and getting people to do exactly what they want for their own enjoyment.' - Tina

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  • Telford - Step up with Shakespeare - Photo gallery - 6

    'Lady Macbeth can't handle what she has done. She completely falls apart by trying to understand the effect of her actions on other people.' - Shannon (Lady Macbeth)

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  • Telford - Step up with Shakespeare - Photo gallery - 7

    'We wanted hoodies for the witches because it represented school bullies for us.' - Charmaine

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