I had a great time seeing Macbeth at the Theater at Monmouth!
The outfits were fancy early-to-mid-20th-century, while the set had a couple shipwrecked hulls and tattered curtains that I think were designed to evoke animal skulls. The witches were some straight-up Dark Souls shit: hunched over, with interchangeable ceramic masks and ragged strips of cloth.
Macbeth himself was magnificent, and his first panicky breakdown was So Good- my favorite example of “character makes extremely bad choice, cackles and sobs and panics while elbow-deep in blood” in a long time.
(The guy who played Banquo had a shaved head, which made Macbeth even more unhinged and delusional when he starts hollering about gory locks, and that dinner scene was magnificent all around.)
If you’re ever in the area, the Theater at Monmouth does consistently great work and they’re totally worth your time if you have any interest in theater at all.