There are multiple superstitions that have been passed down throughout the theatre and so many are linked to William Shakespeare's Macbeth. One superstition is that you are never to speak the name of "Macbeth" while in a theatre. So therefore it is often reffered to as "that scottish play," "the Glamis Play" or just "that play." If you do speak the unspeakable you are to go into a room, lock the door, spin around three times and say a dirty word or spit. Another option was to resite a quote from Hamlet act 1 scene 4 "Angels and ministers of grace defend us!"
This article lists 17 different unexplained events and deaths that took place as result of the play. Such as multiple off and on stage deaths of the casts, storms, and riots.
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