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"I was in a production of 'Macbeth.'" - Richard Armitage

"(Macbeth:) Here's our chief guest. (Lady Macbeth:) If he had been forgotten, It had been as a gap in our great feast, And all-thing unbecoming." - William Shakespeare

"To mankind in general Macbeth and Lady Macbeth stand out as the supreme type of all that a host and hostess should not be." - Max Beerbohm

"Yet who would have thought the old man to have had so much blood in him? - Lady Macbeth" - William Shakespeare

"A sweaty Macbeth with blood on his arms coming in fresh from the battle doesn't interest me." - Alan Cumming

"'Macbeth' is an amazing story." - Andy Serkis

"I felt like I was hobbling, like one oof the old crones from Act I of Macbeth - God knows my hair felt scraggy enough that I must have looked the part." - P C Cast

"Believe then, if you please, that I can do strange things. [Act 5, Scene 2]" - William Shakespeare

"But I miss screamin' and fightin' and kissin' in the rain and it's 2 a.m. and I'm cursin' your name. You're so in love the you act insane, and that's the way I loved you." - Taylor Swift

"'Cars 2' is about a character learning to be himself. There's times in our lives where people always say, 'Well, you've gotta act differently. You should always be yourself.' That's the emotional core of the story." - John Lasseter

"In the description of night in Macbeth, the beetle and the bat detract from the general idea of darkness - inspissated gloom." - Samuel Johnson

"Maybe because Im a nice and sweet person in life, I like the darker roles. The really dark one is Lady Macbeth." - Anna Netrebko

"[Macbeth] is historically set in a place depicted by Shakespeare as brutal and violent, incredibly superstitious, and that's something that I do believe is Scottish." - James Mcavoy

"I'm either the witch or Lady Macbeth of English politics, but someone gotta wear the pants in England when others wearing kilts" - Margaret Thatcher

"It's in Macbeth: "The devil damn thee black, thou cream-faced loon." I seldom have occasion to pull it out, but it's ready and waiting!" - Margaret Atwood

"I read Macbeth as a secondary student in Nigeria and it was like an African play to me. It had all the right elements - witches, kings and assassinations." - Sefi Atta

"Maybe because I'm a nice and sweet person in life, I like the darker roles. The really dark one is Lady Macbeth." - Anna Netrebko

"Macbeth to Witches: What are these So wither'd and so wild in their attire, That look not like th' inhabitants o' th' earth, And yet are on 't?" - William Shakespeare

"Both Plockton and the Isle of Muck in north-west Scotland are incredibly beautiful. Sadly, Plockton has been discovered by tourists because it's where they shot Hamish Macbeth." - Arabella Weir

"I got in at 2 with a 10, and woke up at 10 with a 2." - Willie Nelson

"We are in bondage to that which overcomes us. See also 2 Peter 2:19." - Neal A Maxwell

"I started to itch to do a play again and 'Macbeth' came to the surface in my mind. I never thought I would do it in a conventional way. A sweaty Macbeth with blood on his arms coming in fresh from the battle doesn't interest me." - Alan Cumming

"I left my mark on 'Dark Shadows.' One day I was doing my lines perfectly from Act 3. Everyone else was doing Act 2." - Kate Jackson

"2+2=5 wasn't intentional. I thought you carry a 1 every time there are two 2's in an equation. I'm not stupid, the mathematicians is stupid" - Thom Yorke

"2-in-1 is a stupid term, because 1 is not big enough to hold 2. That's why 2 was created." - Mitch Hedberg

"Things to do today: 1) Breathe in. 2) Breathe out." - Ned Vizzini

"2-0 is a cricket score in Italy" - Alan Parry

"Commandment 1: Believe in yourself. Commandment 2: Get over yourself." - Kristan Higgins

"I'm in that, I guess, top 2 percent or something." - Bill Bennett

"I haven't celebrated coming in No. 2 too many times." - Mark Messier

"I'm sad I'm not in 'The Purge 2.'" - Lena Headey

"Life is 440 horsepower in a 2-cylinder engine." - Henry Miller

"In the theatre, if you say 'Macbeth', all the actors will start looking very anxious. I'm so well-trained not to say it in the theatre that I can hardly say it in normal life." - Anna Chancellor

"Hamlet is to Macbeth somewhat as the Ghost is to the Witches. Revenge, or ambition, in its inception may have a lofty, even a majestic countenance, but when it has "coupled hell" and become crime, it grows increasingly foul and sordid. We love and admire Hamlet so much at the beginning that we tend to forget that he is as hot-blooded as the earlier Macbeth when he kills Polonius and the King, cold-blooded as the later Macbeth or Iago when he sends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to death." - Harold Clarke Goddard

"I've never ever read a script. I really must read Macbeth, because I was in it once. I got a lot of laughs in that, I can tell you." - Tom Baker

"Richard III is not likeable. Macbeth is not likeable. Hamlet is not likeable. And yet you can't take your eyes off them. I'm far more interested in that than I am in any sort of likeability." - Beau Willimon

"All too many consultants, when asked, 'What is 2 and 2?' respond, 'What do you have in mind?" - Norman Ralph Augustine

"The Bible is very clear that in the last days men will be "lovers of themselves" (2 Tim. 3:2)." - John Bevere

"Why couldn't it have been done 2 years ago, and why will 2 years in the future be too late?" - Sam Altman

"The Bible is very clear that in the last days men will be "lovers of themselves" (2 Tim. 3:2)." - John Bevere

"All too many consultants, when asked, 'What is 2 and 2?' respond, 'What do you have in mind?'" - Norman Ralph Augustine

"Macbeth' was the first play I ever read. In fact, I remember my brother Tom, who is six years older than me, coming home from school and telling me about it. He was the one that really got me going." - Alan Cumming

"Had Shakespeare listened to the news of Duncans death in a tavern or heard the knocking on his own bedroom door after he had finished the writing of Macbeth?" - Graham Greene

"Had Shakespeare listened to the news of Duncan's death in a tavern or heard the knocking on his own bedroom door after he had finished the writing of Macbeth?" - Graham Greene

"'Macbeth' was the first play I ever read. In fact, I remember my brother Tom, who is six years older than me, coming home from school and telling me about it. He was the one that really got me going." - Alan Cumming

"After making my stage debut aged nine as Macduff's small son in 'Macbeth,' I had played a number of parts, from 'Twelfth Night's Viola to 'The Merchant Of Venice's Portia." - Felicity Kendal

"After making my stage debut aged nine as Macduff's small son in 'Macbeth,' I had played a number of parts, from 'Twelfth Night's Viola to 'The Merchant Of Venice's Portia'." - Felicity Kendal

"My wide eyes make me look much younger without make-up, and although it's fun to have a line in innocence corrupted, I doubt I'll get to play the vampy vixen or a Hedda Gabler or Lady Macbeth." - Talulah Riley

"And you know, I hate to admit this, but I don't always think in terms of Shakespeare. When I eat, I do. When I'm at a restaurant, I'll think, 'Hmm, what would Macbeth have ordered?'" - Liev Schreiber

"At school any spontaneous act was likely to get me into trouble. I learned never to act on impulse, and that whatever came into my mind first should be rejected in favour of better ideas. I learned that my imagination Wasn't 'good' enough. I learned that the first idea was unsatisfactory because it was (1) psychotic; (2) obscene; (3) unoriginal. The truth is that the best ideas are often psychotic, obscene and unoriginal." - Keith Johnstone

"At school any spontaneous act was likely to get me into trouble. I learned never to act on impulse, and that whatever came into my mind first should be rejected in favour of better ideas. I learned that my imagination Was' "good" enough. I learned that the first idea was unsatisfactory because it was (1) psychotic; (2) obscene; (3) unoriginal. The truth is that the best ideas are often psychotic, obscene and unoriginal." - Keith Johnstone

"A lover goes toward his beloved as enthusiastically as a schoolboy leaving his books, but when he leaves his girlfriend, he feels as miserable as the schoolboy on his way to school. (Act 2, scene 2)" - William Shakespeare

"I had loved magic tricks from the time I was six or seven. I bought books on magic. I did magic acts for my parents and their friends. I was aiming for show business from early days, and magic was the poor man's way of getting in: you buy a trick for $2, and you've got an act." - Steve Martin

"Improve writing skills: 1. Keep paragraphs short. 2. Use bold and CAPS to make points. 3. Start with a question or short statement. 4. Give me meat in the middle. All meat. 5. Make me smile, think, or act at the end." - Jeffrey Gitomer

"I'm not one of those people who is trying to act like I don't sleep. I used to be like, "Oh, I only need four hours." Now I need exactly 5 1/2 to 6 in order to feel like I've done well." - Oprah Winfrey

"I had such a good time doing that movie [Sister Act 2]. My daughter's in that movie. It was a fun film to do. And it shocked a lot of people, because they loved it, and they take it with them." - Whoopi Goldberg

"[Jigoro Kano's Five Principles of Judo:] 1. Carefully observe oneself and one's situation, carefully observe others, and carefully observe one's environment, 2. Seize the initiative in whatever you undertake, 3. Consider fully, act decisively, 4. Know when to stop, 5. Keep to the middle." - Jigoro Kano

"theory, defines motivation as 'the energy for action.'2 The nature of motivation is a widely contested topic in psychology, but Fogg argues that three Core Motivators drive our desire to act. Fogg states that all humans are motivated to seek pleasure and avoid pain; to seek hope and avoid fear; and finally, to seek social acceptance and avoid rejection.
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"MATTHEW'S RULES OF SURVIVAL 1. Sometimes, the people who mean you harm are the ones who say they love you. 2. Fear is your friend. When you feel it, act. 3. Protect the little ones. 4. If you coped before, you can cope now. 5. Always remember: In the end, the survivor gets to tell the story." - Nancy Werlin

"I liked working on 'The Grudge 2.' It was really fun, and I got to meet a lot of cool people. I think the film is a fine example of horror, and I felt excited that I could act in something like that." - Shaun Sipos

"On July 2, 1964, President Johnson signed into law the Civil Rights Act. Its enactment, following the longest continuous debate in the history of the U.S. Senate, enshrined into law the basic principle upon which our country was founded - that all people are created equal." - Thomas Perez

"Performing a one-man Macbeth feels like the greatest challenge." - Alan Cumming

"Macbeth was the first play I ever read." - Alan Cumming

"'Macbeth' was a very lucky play for me." - Ian Mckellen

"Leaders must (1) define the business of the business, (2) create a winning strategy, (3) communicate persuasively, (4) behave with integrity, (5) respect others, and (6) act." - Judith M Bardwick

"We will meet; and there we may rehearse most obscenely and courageously. Shakespeare, Midsummer Night's Dream. Spoken by Bottom, Act I Sc. 2" - William Shakespeare

"Speak, move, act in peace..." - Francois Fenelon

"House of the Dead 2 I gave away. Alone in the Dark 2 I will also not do; even if the DVD movie made money. BloodRayne 2 in the Wild West is what I really want to do." - Uwe Boll

"Actually, 'Wayne's World 2' I kind of liked. I think 'Wayne's World 2' does have some creative things in it, some ideas in it." - Adam Mckay

"... mathematical knowledge ... is, in fact, merely verbal knowledge. "3" means "2+1", and "4" means "3+1". Hence it follows (though the proof is long) that "4" means the same as "2+2". Thus mathematical knowledge ceases to be mysterious." - Bertrand Russell

"When I go to sleep, someone wakes up to get their hustle on, that's why I get my 2 hours, their 2 hours and overseas 2 hours in. I'll make sure no one can catch me." - Behdad Sami

"I believe we should work to end all racism in American society and staunchly defend the inherent rights of every person. I have clearly stated in prior interviews that I abhor racial discrimination and would have worked to end segregation. Even though this matter was settled when I was 2, and no serious people are seeking to revisit it except to score cheap political points, I unequivocally state that I will not support any efforts to repeal the Civil Rights Act of 1964." - Rand Paul

"Having grown up in a racist culture where 2 and 2 are not 5, I have found life to be incredibly theatrical and theater to be profoundly lifeless." - Beah Richards

"I'm playing somebody who is a recovering drug addict who got out of prison. It takes place in 2 weeks-the 1st 2 weeks I'm out of prison." - Maggie Gyllenhaal

"There are only 2 qualities in the world: efficiency and inefficiency, and only 2 sorts of people: the efficient and the inefficient." - George Bernard Shaw

"Studies show American students are becoming less proficient in math. Experts say we should have seen this coming, but nobody could put 2 and 2 together." - Jay Leno

"I'd rather be No. 2 in Chile and No. 1 in the world." - Nicolas Massu

"At 2 per cent growth a year, an economy doubles in size in just thirty years." - Paul Ormerod

"A great trick that I learned having worked as a screenwriter for many years, the way screenwriters work, is they break the project down into three-act structure: Act 1, Act 2, Act 3. I think that is a great way to break down any project, whether it's a new business or anything at all." - Steven Pressfield

"Someone told me once - I mean I said, "Is it ok that I don't really know what the three-act structure is?" And he said, "It's basically: Act 1: a guy climbs up a tree; Act 2: people come and throw stuff at him; Act 3: he gets down."" - George Saunders

"I have such a great thing I want to do with Lady Macbeth - make her one of the witches - and I have this whole thing where she's very light and dressed in pink and dancing Gaelic dances and throwing roses, but then when her husband's coming home, she does incantations and pulls her hair back, puts on a black leather trenchcoat. I mean, I could tear it up if somebody would give me the chance! But do you think someone would ever let me do Lady Macbeth? I doubt it. But I'm going to keep talking about it." - Beth Grant

"Postulate 2. Constant systems of chance causes do exist in nature." - Walter A. Shewhart

"I didn't know there were 2 ten o'clocks in a day..." - Thelonious Monk

"Two rules: 1. Preserve the principal 2. When in doubt, see Rule 1." - Warren Buffett

"The artist in our time has two chief responsibilities: (1) art; and (2) sedition." - Edward Abbey

"Satisfying curiosity ranks No. 2 in my book behind conquering a fear." - Scott Carpenter

"My happiness is measured in Inches, 2, 4, 6, 8, .... I LOVE SHOES TOO MUCH...." - Veronica Franco

"There are only two types of speakers in the world. 1. The nervous and 2. Liars." - Mark Twain

"There are 2 kind of batsmen in the world. One Sachin Tendulkar. Two all the others" - Andy Flower

"There are 2 rules in life: Number 1- Never quit Number2- Never forget rule number 1." - Duke Ellington

"There's 2 things I love in this world: Burritos and Murder" - Aaron Hernandez

"In my 8th grade yearbook picture I had on 2 chains." - 2 Chainz

"Maturity involves two elements: 1) immediate obedience in specific situations and 2) long-range character growth." - Larry Crabb

"The extra daily social time of 1.7 hours in weekends raises average happiness by about 2%." - Daniel Kahneman

"Lover: An apprentice second husband; victim no. 2 in the larval stage." - H L Mencken

"Charitable giving in the United States has remained at 2% of GDP since 1970." - Jeff Henderson

"Nun 2: (Very quietly) Sir, be grateful for the music. Most of us die in silence." - Peter Greenaway

"In YC experience, 2 or 3 co-founders seems to be about perfect." - Sam Altman

"What goes 0-300 in less than 2 seconds? Your mother on a scale." - Alex Trebek

"I live in New York and I was only there for 2 weeks all last year." - Patricia Velasquez

"In my 8th grade yearbook picture I had on 2 chains." - Two Chainz

"After 'Pitch Perfect,' I only want to be in sequels. No. 2 of whatever." - Adam Devine

"I started working at Hanna-Barbera in '92 on 2 Stupid Dogs." - Craig Mccracken

"I started working at the age of 2, doing commercials and modeling in New York." - Nancy Mckeon

"We also have 2 horses, but they're not allowed in the house." - Martin Milner

"It took me four months in Biosphere 2 to make a pizza." - Jane Poynter

"There's about one sword-swallower per 2 to 4 million persons in each country." - Hans Rosling

"Moral indignation in most cases is, 2% moral, 48% indignation, and 50% envy." - Vittorio De Sica

"There is no 'Top Gun 2' in which Maverick is not the starring role." - Christopher Mcquarrie

"I started working at Airtight Games after I shipped 'Left 4 Dead 2' back in 2009." - Kim Swift

"I never trust anything that can be captured in 2 takes." - Eleanor Tomlinson

"I did a production of Macbeth in the 1960s in which I had a swordfight in the final scene. But the blade fell off my sword just as I was stabbing the guy. I ended up having to hammer him to death." - Alan Dale

"In Macbeth a lady is restrained from the murder of a king by his resemblance of her father as he slept. Should not all men be restrained from acts of violence and even of unkindness against their fellow men by observing in them something which resembles the Savior of the World? If nothing else certainly, a human figure?" - Benjamin Rush

"I grew up with it. As a young actor, I was always aware of the brilliant work of Shakespeare. We studied Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth in school. As a young actor, you're always mystified and intrigued by such brilliant work. To actually have the chance to be involved in this production was a wonderful thing for me." - Ed Westwick

"When you're younger, you think of your age in fractions. 4 1/2, 5 1/2. You don't hear 36 1/2. You become 2, you turn 40, you reach 50, you make it to 60. By now you're going so fast you hit 70!" - Mark Lowry

"There always comes a time in history when the person who dares to say that 2+2=4 is punished by death. And the issue is not what reward or what punishment will be the outcome of that reasoning. The issue is simply whether or not 2+2=4." - Albert Camus

"Shakespeare, who never could think up a plot by himself, found this one [Macbeth] in Holinshed's Chronicles, changing it just enough so that no one would recognize the source. He didn't count on the resourcefulness of modern scholars, who have to discover things like this to become associate professors." - Richard Armour

"Shakespeare villains were extraordinary. Macbeth, Iago, Richard III... They're so richly layered that a British actor would find it almost impossible to create a two-dimensional villain, if he's explored in his early years or continues to explore his Shakespearean heritage. You can almost not judge them, if they're played really well." - Ben Kingsley

"I once said to someone when I was playing Lady Macbeth and they said: "That's tricky, emotionally, what do you do about murdering your husband's cousin?" And there are, of course, things that aren't in your personal repertoire that you have to somehow understand by reading or watching other things and listening to other people talk about them." - Judi Dench

"Methought I heard a voice cry Sleep no more, Macbeth does murder sleep the innocent sleep, Sleep that knits up the ravelled sleave of care The death of each day's life, sore labour's bath Balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course, Chief nourisher in life's feast." - William Shakespeare

"Methought I heard a voice cry, Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep, - the innocent sleep; Sleep that knits up the ravell'd sleave of care, The death of each day's life, sore labour's bath, Balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course, Chief nourisher in life's feast." - William Shakespeare

"In the power and splendor of the universe, inspiration waits for the millions to come. Man has only to strive for it. Poems greater than the Iliad, plays greater than Macbeth, stories more engaging than Don Quixote await their seeker and finder." - John Masefield

"Methought I heard a voice cry 'Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep'- the innocent sleep, Sleep that knits up the ravelled sleave of care, The death of each day's life, sore labor's bath, Balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course, Chief nourisher in life's feast." - William Shakespeare

"I think an awful lot of the reasons people put forward for not liking Hillary Clinton play into deep-seated, negative female stereotypes: ambition, secrecy, calculating. I mean, that is Lady Macbeth, a kind of cold woman. I don't think that's Hillary. And I don't think people would judge a man in the same way." - Anne-Marie Slaughter

"The professor who lectured on Shakespeare seemed to be entrapped in a grotesque, retrospective love affair with every one of Shakespeare's heroines. I think he even had a feeling that he could have made a respectable faculty wife out of Lady Macbeth." - Robertson Davies

"I was my class playwright and I wrote plays set in villages with kings and chiefs.My plays were about treason and betrayals. If they were influenced by Macbeth, they were also influenced by Nigerian plays I had seen and Village Headmaster, a television drama series I had watched as a child." - Sefi Atta

"I have been thinking a lot about what we see in villains, how we relate to villains, and what it is about certain villains that we actually empathize with. Like Macbeth. We're not supposed to like a guy who kills the king and takes over, but there's something about him we're really fascinated by." - Finn Wittrock

"If you think about Shakespeare, you remember Richard III and Macbeth before you remember Ferdinand, whose role is just to fall in love and be a bit of a wimp. I love the baddies. More important, though, is making the baddies somehow, weirdly, understood." - Mark Strong

"No act terminating in itself constitutes greatness." - William Hazlitt

"Have faith in your imaginel act." - Neville Goddard

"Bethlehem was just the beginning. I call Jesus Christ's next appearance, Bethlehem, Act 2. No silent night this time, however. The skies will open, trumpets will blast, and a new kingdom will begin." - Max Lucado

"The multiplying villainies of nature do swarm upon him... [from Macbeth]" - Alan Moore

"I drink to the general joy o" the whole table." Macbeth" - William Shakespeare

"Methought I heard a voice cry, Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep!- the innocent sleep." - William Shakespeare

"Glamis hath murther'd Sleep, and therefore Cawdor Shall sleep no more, Macbeth shall sleep no more!" - William Shakespeare

"I drink to the general joy o' the whole table." Macbeth" - William Shakespeare

"Macbeth is contending with the realities of this world, Hamlet with those of the next." - Jones Very

"I've always wanted to play 'Lady Macbeth' and Strindberg's 'Miss Julie'." - Olivia Dabo

"I'd make a wonderful Lady Macbeth. I'll wear a pair of platform shoes or something." - Bette Midler

"Guidelines for bureaucrats: (1) When in charge, ponder. (2) When in trouble, delegate. (3) When in doubt, mumble." - James H Boren

"I don't look as handsome in Men in Black 2 as I did in the first one." - Tony Shalhoub

"I have left Act I, for involution And Act II. There, mired in complexity I cannot write Act III." - Eugene Mccarthy

"There are 2 sorts of pride: one in which we approve others, the other in which we cannot accept ourselves." - Henri Frederic Amiel

"At the Mirage Sportsbook, you can get a line on 2 kid playing wiffleball in the backyard in Minnesota" - Artie Lange

"A true Southerner will never say in 2-3 words what can better be said in 10-12." - Charles Kuralt

"There are loads of amazing actors in the UK and only 2% of them are in work, which is crazy." - Yasmin Paige

"2. Absolute freedom of navigation upon the seas, outside territorial waters, alike in peace and in war." - Woodrow Wilson

"We have 2 million users in the U.S. and about 13 million worldwide in more than 200 countries." - Niklas Zennstrom

"I can change a No. 1 diaper in 30 seconds and a No. 2 in a minute." - John Tesh

"There was still food rationing in England and life was difficult all through my 2 year stay in Oxford." - Sydney Brenner



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