At 11/5/07 11:49 PM, Tancrisism wrote:
At 11/5/07 11:47 PM, MidnyteRayne wrote:
Only The Curse Of Macbeth, which has proven itself true on numerous occasions.I do too actually, oddly enough. I never, ever, ever say Macbeth in a theatre, and I've had plenty of opportunity.
On Saturday I was sitting in during tech rehearsal right before the actors were to do a trial run-through of our school play, A Midsummer Night's Dream (just to check for time constraints). My friend Mike looks over at me and says 'Hey, whats that one play we don't talk about?'
'Oh you mean Macbeth? Oh fuck.'
At which point about 15 actors stare me down, and I get chased out of the theatre, spin in a circle three times and spit.
It's the only superstition I follow, purely because it's amusing to fuck with people who say it, and saying "Angels and ministers of grace defend us" to lift the curse is fun to say.