By Christina Lam & Kamya Robinson
Much like the media in today's society, Macbeth's every action is scrutinized by the guests at his feast. When he begins to talk to a stool, the guests begin to see that he is not fit to be a king.
Macbeth struggles to mantain his commposure under the eye of Banquo's ghost and all of his guests.
Pressures her husband and questions his masculinity to try to convince him to do things. During Act II and III however, their roles are switched.
The murderers are standing at the door and Macbeth is anxious because he does not know if Banquo and Fleance are dead or not.