Just as the previous is the most excellent of Lady M's monologues, this is the finest dialogue she gets. And, so long as there's a memorable and capable actor in the role (and an intelligent director), Lady M just works Macbeth over here. It's a thing of fearsome beauty. I cut it down a fair stretch - though I ran out of room for all that I wanted for Macbeth at the start, alas, which sort of wrecked the "starting the scene with the lights dimmed" effect somewhat. I even ran out of room for the joke; maybe it'll get tacked on the opening of tomorrow's.
And a big ol' No-Prize to anyone who can tell me what's amiss with the minifigs here...
My guess is that the eyebrows on the scared Marion face have been altered to make it look angry instead. Am I right?
Basically - I did the eyes and the eyebrows, but looking at them again, it's clear that a mere eyebrow swap would have sufficed. Funny how the brows alone can be so expressive!