Join our next Live Lesson on 20 April and get an insight into how actors approach Macbeth

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Director Erica Whyman in rehearsals for Hecuba

On 20 April schools across the UK will be able to go behind the scenes and see how RSC actors approach the text of Macbeth with our free, online Live Lesson.

Join RSC actors live as they explore key scenes from Macbeth*. Looking at Shakespeare's language and exploring how the text can be interpreted in different ways, this session will give students an insight into the approaches and choices the actors tried out in rehearsals. Students will also be able to send in questions for the actors to answer in a Q&A.

The Live Lesson takes place from 11-11.45am on 20 April and schools need to register to take part. It is the perfect preparation for the Macbeth Schools' Broadcast* which students can watch the following week.

*Please note that this production will emphasise the more disturbing psychological themes in Macbeth and as such the Live Lesson and the Schools' Broadcast will be unsuitable for a primary audience.

How to take part

Register for the Live Lesson

Registration for the Live Lesson will close on 6 April 2018.

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