Long before Game of Thrones, William Shakespeare wrote the quintessential tale about taking a life for personal gain. When three witches provide a Scottish general with a prophecy that he will become king of Scotland, he and his wife hatch a plan to hurry the process along. In their quest for power, they discover the many physical and psychological ramifications that can result from the unscrupulous act of murder. Macbeth, often referred to as â€œthe Scottish playâ€? by the most superstitious of theatregoers, has remained a revered favorite in the theatrical canon for over 400 years. Something wicked this way comes . . .