By marissa
  • entry one

    when the f3 sisters (witches) act one scene one come and say when will we meet again. and plan to meet macbeth in an open field.
  • entry 2

    the 3 sisters cast a spell on banquo. the curse was that he wouldnt be able to sleep and that he would wast away eighty one days in agony.
  • event three

    the 3 witches tell macbeth that he will become thane of cawdor.
  • event four

    macbeth plans to murder king duncan
  • entry 5

    withches put another spell on banquo and banquo.
  • entry 6

    banquo starts having illusions about killing duncan he doesnt know if the murder really did happen or if he is just imagining it.
  • entry 7

    withches put a curse on macbeth also
  • entry 8

    macbeth starts having the same illusions as banquo had not knowing if he killed duncan or not.
  • entry 9

    macbeth wants to murder duncan so that he can be king of cawdor.
  • event 10

    plans are made for king duncan to dine at macbeths castle and macbeth goes one to the royal party inform his wife about the kings arrival
  • entry 11

    lady macbeth manipulates her husband by questioning him about his manhood
  • entry 12

    lady macbeth will give his chamberlains wine to make them drunk, and then she and Macbeth can slip in and murder Duncan. They will smear the blood of Duncan on the sleeping chamberlains to cast the guilt upon them.
  • event 14

    macbeth doesnt murder duncan because he couldnt go trhough with it. Lady macbeth then enteres the murder in shock that he couldnt do it she killed duncan herself
  • event 13

    fleance and banquo leave the murder of the king
  • event 15

    lady macbeth faints after macduff and macbeth go into the room and see that the king has been murdered and macduff and banquo call for help because she fainted
  • event 16

    macbeth hires servants to kill banquo and fleance
  • event 17

    the murderers go to a wooded outside park near the palace where they then kill banquo and fleance escapes from the murder
  • event 18

    Macbeth resolves to send murderers to capture Macduff%u2019s castle and to kill Macduff%u2019s wife and children.
  • event 19

    group of murderers then enters. When one of them denounces Macduff, Macduff%u2019s son calls the murderer a liar, and the murderer stabs him. Lady Macduff turns and runs, and the pack of killers chases after her.
  • event 20

    At night, in the king%u2019s palace at Dunsinane, a doctor and a gentlewoman discuss Lady Macbeth%u2019s strange habit of sleepwalking.
  • event 21

    A woman%u2019s cry is heard, and Seyton appears to tell Macbeth that the queen is dead.
  • event 22

    on the battlefield, Macbeth at last encounters Macduff. They fight, and when Macbeth insists that he is invincible because of the witches%u2019 prophecy, Macduff tells Macbeth that he was not of woman born, but rather %u201Cfrom his mother%u2019s womb / Untimely ripped%u201D
  • event 23

    Macbeth suddenly fears for his life, but he declares that he will not surrender %u201C[t]o kiss the ground before young Malcolm%u2019s feet, / And to be baited with the rabble%u2019s curse%u201D
  • event 24

    Macduff emerges with Macbeth%u2019s head in his hand and proclaims Malcolm king of Scotland.
  • event 25

    Malcolm says that he will return with ten thousand soldiers lent him by the English king. Then, breaking down, Ross confesses to Macduff that Macbeth has murdered his wife and children. Macduff is crushed with grief. Malcolm urges him to turn his grief to anger, and Macduff assures him that he will inflict revenge upon Macbeth.