Banquo has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Everything Theatre' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Banquo was highly popular in October, 2016.

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10 Reasons Why “Throne of Blood” Is the Best “Macbeth” Transposition

[...] himself, who entwines a web to catch a fly. One cannot but remember that in Shakespeare’s play, Banquo tells his son Fleance “Fly!” indicating that he is just a fly that can easily be eaten by a [...]

Macbeth, Steiner Theatre – Review

[...] of the production, giving a passionate performance as Macduff. Brackstone-Brown’s portrayal of Banquo’s (Jane Elsmore) death and her ghost’s appearance, created by using silhouette, is really [...]

Macbeth: A Tale of Sound & Fury, The Hope Theatre – Review

[...] actor the audience sees as Macbeth) was watchable and convincing, and Nigel Munson’s Banquo was far more complex than I’d have expected in such a traffic-filled production. I couldn’ [...]

Review: ‘Luminous World: Contemporary Art from the Wesfarmers Collection’ at The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne 

[...] is the Night? ‘What is the night?’ Macbeth enquires in the banquet scene, once the ghost of Banquo has departed and his wide has dismissed their mystified guests. Deprived of sleep, and half- [...]

Macbeth, The Vaults – Review

[...] just too kitsch, as is her pelting of Macbeth with popcorn. The appearance of Duncan (not Banquo) as a ghost reading from a literary criticism of the play may serve to illuminate the [...]

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