Capping this season's surfeit of Shakespeare productions is the Lincoln Center production of Macbeth, which I've taken to calling MacHawke after its star, Ethan Hawke (much as I will always think of Zeffirelli's Hamlet as Giblet and Oregon Shakes' fine production of same, from a few years back, Danlet). I've been offered a pair of tickets to give away to a Wicked Stage reader as I see fit, so here goes:
In the comments below, tell me one difference between Shakespeare's play and Holinshed's Chronicles, which was his main source for the play. You've got until Nov. 26 to enter, at which point I'll pick a winner randomly from the entrants.
In the meantime (or part of the meantime), you don't even have to enter the giveway to get discounted tickets to the show by going here, or going to the Telecharge page and using this code MACBLOG89; this last offer is good only through Nov. 21 (opening night).