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UCLA Center for the Art of Performance: Fall 2020 Performance Research Guide

UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance is presenting all 36 of Shakespeare’s plays in collaboration with UK based, Forced Entertainment. Each play is free to stream and performed by Forced Ent's actors live in just under an hour.

Read the Complete Play

Find the Play Online

Shakespeare's works are available in the public domain, which means that it's fairly easy to find the text of an entire play online. You can find a few examples below if you'd like to read the complete play. Keep in mind that these texts generally don't include notes that help explain or expand on parts of the text. For a version with notes and critical commentary, you might purchase a copy of the Arden Shakespeare edition. You can purchase a copy of Macbeth from the publisher.


Find the Play at UCLA Library or in Your Public Library

Royal Shakespeare Company: Billy animation - Macbeth