This week we are excited to welcome 2 experts to discuss their views on Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Professor Louis Petrich, a professional Shakespearean actor and a Great Books tutor at St. John’s College, discusses the ubiquitous “doubleness” in Macbeth and recreates the troubled tragic hero by the end of the play with his magnificent reading of the famous “tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow” soliloquy. Next, Nick Utzig, a Harvard English PhD student who focuses on the study of war and militarism in Shakespeare, talks about how his own experience in the army has shaped his reading of Shakespeare. Listeners will be able to discuss these views on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, or on rereadingspodcast.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.