Monday, February 22, 2010

Dramatic Irony

In the play Macbeth the character Macbeth is plotting to kill the king. The king doesn't know that Macbeth is trying to kill him. The audience knows that the king is going to be killed, but the king doesn't know. He thinks hes just going to Macbeths house to visit for a couple day. In Act I we have seen dramatic irony when the witches were planning on killing Macbeth, and when Macbeth is planning on killing the king and his sons only him and the audience knows.

Monday, February 8, 2010


from England.
Loves writing, acting, and his family.
Feels accomplished, inventive, creative.
Needs the enjoyment of writing, plays, and theater.
Giving laughter, thrill, and excitement.
Fearing rejection, failure, and plague.
Wanting to see his pays thrive.
Sharing stories.
Was born in Stratford- upon-Avon.
Died in Stratford- upon Avon.