By the pricking of my thumbs,
Something wicked this way comes...
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Here is a brief summary of the plot...
Season two of "Slings and Arrows" revisits the New Burbage Theatre Company and its eccentric Artistic Director, Geoffrey Tennant (Paul Gross). "Hamlet" is closing, and it's time to prepare for the next season. While Geoffrey already has something in mind, it seems that outside forces have other plans and he is given the task of directing Shakespeare's bloody and cursed classic many theatre vets call "The Scottish Play." Others may know it as... "Macbeth." (You have no idea how difficult it was for me to type that.) Due to the supernatural nature of the show and his own obsession with it, the ghostly Oliver (Stephen Ouimette) returns to haunt Geoffrey for the opportunity to collaborate on a project that is about to be overrun with big-headed actors, the worst advertising campaign in history, and romantic tension between Geoffrey and leading lady Ellen Fanshaw (Martha Burns).
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