Lists of the character 1. Rizki Faisal 2. Ulfah Dania A 3. Ema Komala 4. Ati Budi S 5. Hijjatul Hasnah 6. Nur Siti Zulaeha 7. Afiah Soesanto 8. Eti Vera Mujiah 9. Fajar Tri Utami 10. Rizna Yusmalia 11. Eva Silvia D : as as as as as as as as as as as Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macduff Lennox, and 3rd Witches Banquo, and Messanger Angus, Son, and 2nd Witches Malcolm, and 1st Murderer Donalbain, and 1st Witches Lady Macduff, and Doctor Ross, and Servant Duncan, and 2nd Murderer

NARRATOR : At the time of this story, Duncan is the King of Scotland. Macbeth is a great lord and leader of the Scottish army. Banquo is also a lord and an army leader. Macbeth has won a great battle against an army from Norway. He and Banquo are coming back from the battle, riding over some wild, open land in a storm. In the wildest part they see three witches. The witches stop the two men. (The three WITCHES enter) : When should the three of us meet again? Will it be in thunder, lightning, or rain? : We’ll meet when the noise of the battle is over, when one side has won and the other side has lost. : That will happen before sunset. : Where should we meet? : Let’s do it in the open field. : We’ll meet Macbeth there. : (saying while stand up) Fair is foul, and foul is fair. Let’s fly away through the fog and filthy air. : A drum, a drum! Macbeth has come. : (dancing together in a circle) We weird sisters, hand in hand, swift travelers over the sea and land, dance around and around like so. Three times to yours, and three times to mine, and three times again, to add up to nine. Enough! The charm is ready. (Enter Macbeth and Banquo) : I have never seen a beautiful today since the war. : How far is it supposed to be to Forrest? (Shock to the witches) What are these creatures? They’re so withered-looking and crazily dressed. Are you alive? They don’t look like they belong on this planet, but I see them standing here on Earth. : Speak! What are you? : All hail, Macbeth! Hail to you, thane of Glamis! : All hail, Macbeth! Hail to you, thane of Cawdor! : All hail, Macbeth, the future king! : You are lesser than Macbeth but also greater. : You are not as happy as Macbeth, yet much happier. : Your descendants will be kings, even though you will not be one. So all hail, Macbeth and Banquo! : Banquo and Macbeth, all hail! : Stay! You imperfect speakers! Tell me more what you know! I charge you! : Where did they disappear to? : If they would stay a little longer. I will ask them more. : You will be the king. : Your children will be king. : That’s exactly what they said. : And also king of Cawdor isn’t it? (Enter Ross and Angus)

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I need men like you as my fellow. too gentle. I must speak to him and make him brave. but he is afraid to do them. your tongue look like the innocent flower. Macbeth. : We done it for your highness’ pleasure : Give me your hand. Macbeth comes out of the dining hall. Cawdor! Thanks for your pain. These all to welcome your arrival at our house. (Enter Lady Macbeth) : Why did you leave the room? : Has he asked for me? : Do you know? : We won’t talk about it anymore. Which shall change all our nights and days to come a king and lady. my majesty. ACT 2 NARRATOR Lady macbeth : In Macbeth’s castle. : Glamis. : Absolutely. You must hide them Dear! You shall put this night’s great business into my dispatch. : Oh… No! He must never leave! Your face is as a book where men may read strange matters. Because he has honored me and I know what people think of him. : We will speak furthermore. are you afraid to kill him? : I am the man! None who can do this but me! I am the bravest one! : You must be strong! : If we fail? Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth 2 . : Where is Macbeth. : My dearest love. There are things that he Must do. but I don’t know whether he fought on Norway’s side. The air is sweet and appeals to my refined senses. : When will he leave? : He will leave tomorrow as he proposes. you might be on your way to becoming king. Macbeth. he told me to call you the thane of Cawdor. : What are you saying? Why are you so afraid? You want to be king. (They exit) : They have dinner together. : Two truths are told but there is nothing to fear. Your hand. Duncan stands like a stone in my way! But I am as his subject also his kinsman! I will never do it. as well as thane of Cawdor. But this whole thing is strange. (Enter Lady Macbeth) Look. thane of Cawdor! That title belongs to you now. : Give me your loyalty. and Donalbain) : This castle is in a pleasant place. And to give you a taste of what’s in store for you. : If you trust what they say. Duncan will come tonight. and Donalbain. reading a letter. and after dinner. : Enough talking. Bring me to my host. how could I become the king of it? : The man who was the thane of Cawdor is still alive. : Leave all the rest to me! (Macbeth enter) Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth ACT 3 NARRATOR Duncan Lady Macbeth Duncan Lady Macbeth Duncan NARRATOR Macbeth : King Duncan arrives at Macbeth’s castle with his two sons. I hope your children shall be king someday! Now I am king of Cawdor. let’s move. or if he secretly aided the rebels. here comes our honored hostess! : All our service in every point twice done and then done double. the thane of Cawdor? We are your guests tonight. So hail. : (shocked) can the devils tell the truth? : The king of Cawdor is still alive. or if he fought with both of our enemies.Ross Banquo Macbeth Angus Macbeth Banquo Macbeth Macbeth Banquo Macbeth : The king was happy to hear of your success. But Macbeth is too kind. (Enter Macbeth) : This assassination will be the be-all and end-all here. He’s finished.) : The witches say that my husband will be king. Malcolm. (Enter Duncan. Lady Macbeth read a letter from her husband (Enter Lady Macbeth. Malcolm.

: A foolish thought. if you are brave. and we will cover them with the king’s blood. because that’s my job. so he goes to bed early. Macduff : Is the king awake. We want people to think that we are asleep. Macbeth : This is the door. : I will not go to that room again! I’m afraid to think what I have done. I will put something in their drink to make them asleep. : The king and his two sons come out of the dining hall. (Lady Macbeth enter to King’s room) : Who’s that? Now every sound scared me. Macbeth came out to greet them. Put on your night clothes. some say the earth was feverous and did shake Macbeth : That was a rough fight Lennox : I’m too young to remember anything like it. worthy thane? Macbeth : I’ll bring you to him. Lady Macbeth makes the king’s servants drunk. horror. So our place will be saved by them. Wait till Duncan is asleep. to say a sorry sight. Macduff : I’ll wake him. Macduff. look! My hands are of your colour. both. : Hark! Who lies in the 2ndchamber? : Donalbain : This is a sorrow sight. Why did you bring the dagger here? You must leave it in the king’s badroom. But my heart is not as white with fear as yours. noble sir Macbeth : Good morning. Macduff : He commanded me to wake him up early. The king is tired. Lennox : Is the king leaving here today? Macbeth : He did appoint so. ACT 4 NARRATOR : Midnight comes. A murderer has broken into God’s temple and stolen the life out of it. : Now. Macbeth : What did you say? The life? 3 . horror. (Macduff re-enter) Macduff : Oh. two Scottish lords had arrived. Did you speak anything? : When? : Now : As I descended? : Yes. (Enter Macbeth to the King’s room and kills him) : I killed him! Did you hear a noise? : I heard the owl scream and the crickets cry. get some water and wash the blood from your hands. (Lady Macbeth exit from King’s room) : Now. She takes her dagger and goes to the King’s bedroom. He looks like my father when he slept. horror! This is beyond words and beyond belief! Macbeth&Lennox : What’s the matter? Macduff : The worst thing imaginable has happened. We will make everyone believe that the king’s servants killed him. and Lennox) Lennox : Good morning. so they know nothing. (Lady Macbeth exits from the King’s room) : I can’t do it. Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth ACT 5 NARRATOR : There is a loud knock on the great gate of the castle. : Bring four men here as the black sheep of the assassination. Macduff and Lennox. we will succeed.Lady Macbeth Macbeth NARRATOR : Then we fail! But. I will spread blood on the servants. (Macduff exits) Lennox : The night has been unruly: where we lay. (Enter Macbeth. My hands will turn red all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood? This blood will change a green into red at once. : I cannot go! : You are weak! Give Me the dagger. Duncan is sleeping deeply after his long journey.

wake up! Ring the alarm bell. and dagger were all covered with blood. : Aye! I know that but in particular addition if you have any wishes just let me know. maybe what they said about me will come true too. your highness. (They exit) : After that night. it had been as a gap in our great feast and all things unbecoming. : Tonight we hold great party. : Do you come this afternoon? : Yes. I will be back an hour or two after sunset. : Don’t miss the party! : My lord. I will let you execute him till die which his death is perfect Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth Banquo Macbeth Banquo Macbeth Banquo Macbeth Banquo 1stMurderer Macbeth 1st Murderer Macbeth 1st Murderer Macbeth 4 . (Lady Macbeth is carried out) Let’s meet and discuss this bloody crime to see if we can figure anything out. : Here’s our chief guest. Their hands. ho! : (speaking so that only Donalbain can hear) Why do we hold our tongues. But shhh! I’ll shut up now. : Let’s put briefly manly readiness and meet at the hall together. If the witches tell the truth. : Take care of the lady. I beg you.enters) : What is going on? Speak! Speak! : Oh gentle lady. we will take tomorrow. my news isn’t fit for your ears. tell us you were lying and say it isn’t so.Lennox Macduff Macduff Lady Macbeth Macduff Lady Macbeth Banquo Macbeth Donalbain Macduff Malcolm Lennox Lady Macbeth Malcolm Donalbain Banquo Macbeth All Malcolm Donalbain NARRATOR : Do you mean the king? : Go into the bedroom and see for yourself! (Macbeth and Lennox enter to King’s room) : Wake up. : Agreed. : O! by whom? : (show the dagger) It seems that the guards. and the thane of Glamis. can you stand against your anger to him? : You explained it all. Malcolm! Wake up! (Lady Macbeth. Dear Macduff. : If he had been forgotten. Banquo and Donalbain. faces. We’ll both be safer if we go separate ways. (Malcolm and Donalbain enter) : What’s wrong? : Your royal father is murdered. Is it far? : I’m going far enough. and I’ll request tour present. the king has been murdered! (Banquo enter) : Woe. my lord. There is black fear in everyone’s heart. I won’t miss it. ACT 6 Banquo : Now you have it all: you’re the king. it is always my duty to do it. my good lord : We still need your good advice in this day’s council but. : Whatever your highness commands me to do. : I did! And on this 2nd meeting. strange and frightening things happen in Scotland. Oh Banquo. the thane of Cawdor. Unless my horse goes faster than expected. where danger may be waiting to strike at us from anywhere? Let’s get out of here. : O! Help me. (Everyone exits except Malcolm and Donalbain) : What will you do? I’ll go to England : I’ll go to Ireland. (Machbeth and Lennox re-enter with Ross) : All is but toys: renown and grace is dead. (Exit Banquo and come two murderer) : It was yesterday. alas! What! In our house? : It would be a terrible event no matter where it happened. : Did you realize what I was talking about in the past? Banquo? : We are men. Banquo. that most claim this argument for ours? : (speaking so that only Malcolm can hear) What are we going to say here.

thank you. We’re in. which glare to me. Lord and their attendants. He’s lying dead in a ditch. my lord. and I’m so angry. it is nothing. I order you to kill him. Macbeth : You are the best cut-throat! What about Fleance his son? st 1 Murderer : Most royal sir. Lennox. my lord. my lord. sir. : I will call you again this afternoon. Now. my lord? Lady Macbeth : My husband is getting worse Lennox : Good night. ACT 7 (The stage is set for a banquet. Good night to all (Everyone leaves except Macbeth and Lady Macbeth) Macbeth : He said that blood must be paid by blood. as long as it would either fix my life or end it once and for all. Ross : Gentlemen. : It’s true. I did that to him. Now leave! : The two murderers had only carry out half of Macbeth’s plan. Ross. anyone of which would have been enough to kill him. I’ve been so kicked around by the world. cribbed. What’s wrong. : Both of you know that he is your enemy? : We’ll do what you want us to. Lady Macbeth : Almost at odds with morning. which is which. : We have decided. His son Fliance is with him but he is nothing. Lady Macbeth : My lord is often like this. our highness is not well. my good lord. that I don’t even care what I do. confined. Macbeth : Thanks for that! That little own will be nothing to me! Now dismissed! We will meet again tomorrow. My good lord. he will soon be well. bound into saucy doubt and fear. but Fleance escapes. with twenty deep gashes in his head. (Ghost disappear) Lady Macbeth : You are looking at an empty chair! Macbeth : Oh My! Did you see? Look! Look! How dare you? If you can’t then speak! Lady Macbeth : Calm down dear! (The ghost of Banquo reappears in Macbeth’s seat) Macbeth : Get out of my sight! Let earth hide you! Your bones are marrow less. Macbeth : Where? Lennox : (pointing to where the ghosts its) Here. Macbeth : Looks better! Is he died? 1stMurderer : My lord. your highness? Macbeth : (to the ghost) You can’t say I did it. his throat is cut. I’m so sick of bad luck and trouble that I’d risk my life on any bet. your highness? (The ghost of Banquo enters and sits in Macbeth’s place) Macbeth : The table is full. Lady Macbeth : Oh dear! Calm down please! Macbeth : Now I think you can behold such a bad sight I saw before! Ross : What things. Macbeth enters with Lady Macbeth. I hope the king recovers soon! Lady Macbeth : Yes.2ndMurderer 1stMurderer Macbeth 2ndMurderer Macbeth 2ndMurderer 1stMurderer Macbeth 2ndMurderer Macbeth Narrator : My lord. : Though our lives : I will let you know where he goes. (Exit the Murderer) Lennox : Why don’t you have a seat. : I’m the same. Lennox : This is an empty seat. They have killed Banquo. Macbeth : What are you saying? Macduff denies his persons at our great bidding? 5 . : He must be fallen in front of me but I want to keep my hands clean. Macbeth : (to the ghost) Yes! And a bold one that dare look at me with a strange look like that. I want you to kill him tonight without being known that I command you. Macbeth : I am still cabined. Now prepare yourself. your blood is cold. But is he really dead? st 1 Murderer : Yes.) (Enter 1stMurderer) Macbeth : Let’s have a drink! (to the Murderer) There is a blood on your face! 1stMurderer : Then it must be Banquo’s. Fleance has escaped.

Even if you’re not a traitor. : You don’t know whether it was wisdom or fear that made him flee : How could it be wisdom! To leave his wife. : Demand. : Show him and make him grieve. Macbeth ACT 9 Lady Macduff Ross Lady Macduff Ross Lady Macduff Ross : What did he do that made him flee this land? : You have to be patient. Come like shadows and depart in the sea way! (Music plays. : That will never be! Imposible! But shall Banquo issue ever reign in this kingdom? : Don’t try to find out more. : You need sleep : Come. Beware the thane of Fife. : We will cool the mixture with baboon blood. because nobody born from a woman will ever harm Macbeth. and firm. Madam : He had no patience. : Double. : Be brave like the lion and proud. followed by the ghost of Banquo. If I stay longer. I have to go. : My young cousin. we will sleep. and burn down his castle. : I can tell that something wicked is coming! (Macbeth enters) : How now you secret black and midnight hags! What are you doing? : Something there isn’t a word for. you’re going to look like one if you run away. followed by Banquo eight kings March across the stage. Laugh at the power of other men. the three witches are singing strange songs and putting Mysterious things into a pot. All causes should fade away. : Show. ACT 8 NARRATOR 1st Witch All 2ndWitch 3rd Witch Macbeth All Macbeth 1stWitch 2ndWitch 3rdWitch Macbeth 1stWitch 2nd Witch 3rd Witch Macbeth All Macbeth 1stWitch 2ndWitch 3rd Witch All NARRATOR : In the same wild place. The Witches dance and then exit) : A show of eight kings. : Dance around the cauldron and throw in the poisoned entrails. : Answer me! Answer my question! : Speak. : Tell Me about your unknown power. I beg you! (The son dies. He was crazy to run away. his house. : We’ll answer. you’d be weeping for him. Fire burn and cauldron bubble. Lady Macduff exits. the last one with a mirror in his hand. Let me go. I’ll embarrass you and disgrace myself by crying.Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth Macbeth : Did you send to him? : I will send it tomorrow for my own good. : Silly babbler. : Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! Beware Macduff. : I will be satisfied. but the murderers follow and kill her) 6 Lady Macduff Son Lady Macduff 1st Murderer Son 2nd Murderer Son . bold. his children. Enough! : Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! Be violent. I’m leaving now. They are making black Magic. the last with a glass in his hand. and his titles in a place so unsafe that he himself flees it! He doesn’t love us. Run away. how you talk! (Murderers enters) : Where is Macduff. Denying e only bring you to eternal curse that fall on you but if you don’t show me something! What noise is this? : Show. he is a traitor! : You’re lying. I put my blessing upon you. all his children. Where are they? I know what to do. double toil and trouble. (Ross exits) : What will you do without a father? : If he were dead. Macbeth will never be defeated until Birnam Wood marches to fight you at Dunsinane Hill. you shaggy-haired villain! : What was that? You are young son of the traitor! (Stab him) : He has killed me. I will kill his wife. Mother. : What was a horrible sight! Now I see. : Show.

: I think I can guess what you’re about to say. I hope you won’t hate me forever after I say these things. : And I had to be away! My wife was killed too? : I said she was. remaining asleep the entire time. : Yet. your children. Macduff is talking to King Duncan’s son. let’s keep hold of our swords and defend our fallen homeland like honorable men. I did not know that an old man had so much blood in him. : There is still blood here on my hands. But I have known people who sleepwalked and weren’t guilty of anything. seal it up. : What’s she doing now? Look how she rubs her hands. your servants. : It’s unnatural to be asleep and act as if you’re awake. well. Fight it like a man. This disease is beyond my medical skills. so I’ll remember it better. holding a candle) : How did she get that candle? : She always has to have a light next to her. here’s a spot : Listen! She’s talking. well. read it. good doctor. I have seen her rise from her bed. : Don’t be stingy with your words. : God forgive us all! Look after her. And while I was coming here to tell you my sad news. put on your night clothes. fold it. Will these hands never be clean? Wash you hands. Scotland is no longer the land where we were born. Scotland! : If someone like me is fit to be king. have you heard her say anything? : She says something. Her servant speaks to the doctor : I’ve stayed up with you for two nights now. If I told you how they were killed. write on it. Ross Macduff Ross Macduff Ross Macduff Ross Macduff Ross Macduff Ross Macduff Malcolm ACT 11 NARRATOR Doctor Servant : Lady Macbeth is ill. Look. What’s the news? : I heard rumors that many good men are arming themselves to rebel against Macbeth. : Good night. sir. Those are her orders. I’ll write down what she says. Doctor Servant Doctor Servant Doctor Lady Macbeth Doctor Lady Macbeth Doctor Servant Doctor Servant 7 . but I will not repeat it to you. Good night. Oh Scotland. Remove anything she might hurt herself with. : Is Scotland the same as when I left it? : Alas. Someone is knocking at the gate! Go to bed! (Lady Macbeth Exit) : Well. : Let’s seek out some shady place where we can sit down alone and cry our hearts out. sir. and then return to bed. : Your castle was attacked. I really am exactly as I have described myself to you. let me know. : They killed my children too? : They killed your wife. murderous tyrant. Oh. unlock her closet. here she comes! Watch her. Will she go to bed now? : Yes. it would causes you so much pain that it would kill you too. : (crying) He doesn’t have children! Poor all my pretty children. anyone they could find. : Instead of crying. Banquo is dead. When she is like this. Malcolm. : (to Malcolm) Fit to be king? You’re not fit to live! Oh Miserable nation. He cannot come out of his tomb. Your wife and children were savagely slaughtered. ruled by a usurping. When was the last time you saw her sleepwalking? : Since Macbeth went to war. take out some paper. Let’s cure this awful grief by taking revenge on Macbeth. it’s the land where we’ll die. (Lady Macbeth enters. our poor country! It’s too frightened to look at itself. when will you see peaceful days again? Your royal father Duncan was a virtuous king. and I haven’t seen any evidence of what you were talking about. right away.ACT 10 NARRATOR Malcolm Macduff Malcolm Macduff : In England. (Ross enters) : Hello. Here is more blood. that bird from hell! : Take comfort. Watch her constantly. put on her nightgown.

My sword will talk for me. I’ll hang you alive from the nearest tree until you die of hunger. Look. : Liar and slave! If you’re lying. You are too evil for words! (They fight) : You’re wasting your time trying to wound me. but I don’t know how to say it. King of Scotland! : Hail. carrying Macbeth’s head. : I have nothing to say to you. Servant Macbeth Messenger Macbeth Messenger Macbeth NARRATOR ACT 13 NARRATOR : Macbeth still felt that he is safe. : As I was standing watch on the hill. I want them to join me in this loud cheer. Soon. : But it is true. full of noise and emotional disturbance but devoid of meaning. you dog from hell. which sounded like truth. The evil spirit you serve can tell you that I was not born. king! Because that’s what you are now. You might as well try to stab the air with your sword. Macbeth Macduff Macbeth Macduff Macbeth Macduff Macbeth NARRATOR Macduff All Malcolm NARRATOR -The End- 8 .) : Hail.ACT 12 NARRATOR Macbeth : Back in the castle after the war. I should tell you what I saw. I think you all from my heart for helping me. They cut me out of my mother’s womb before she could bear me naturally. Life is a story told by an idiot. to see the crown of Scotland put on the head of their new young king. I’m starting to doubt the lies the devil told me. I looked toward Birnam. Go fight someone who can be harmed. and I thought I saw the forest begin to move. they all come together again at Scone. : You can forget about your charm. But go away now. So I thank you all. here I have Macbeth’s cursed head. which can’t be ended by anyone born from a woman. : I have almost forgotten what fear feels like. : Accused be that tongue that tells me so! I will never ever fight you! : Macduf’s anger majes him strong and he kills Macbeth. I can’t think about it now. Suddenly Macduff stand in front him. and the hair on my skin would have stood up when I heard a ghost story. Then he cut off Macbeth’s head and shows it to the English army. (Macduff enters. sir. turn around! : You are the only man I have avoided. He calls a servant. (Messenger enter) : My gracious lord. : The queen is dead. Every man was born from woman! He hear wild shouts and the noise of sword striking sword. Nobody knew how many men are moving towards Dunsinane. : Well. Hail. my lord : She would have died later anyway. Macbeth hears the sound of women crying. : The tired men go home. (to himself) My confidence is failing. The soldiers are carrying branches in front of them as they walked. There was a time when I would have been terrified by a shriek in the night. King of Scotland! : It won’t be long before I reward each of you as he deserves. (Enter Macduff) : Why should I play the roman fool and die on my own sword? : Turn around. We are free from his tyranny. He hear the cries of dying men and the shouts of his enemies. I’m already guilty of killing your whole family. and I invite each and every one of you to come watch me be crowned king of Scotland at Scone. say. I lead a charmed life. the Scottish lords and their soldiers.