Described as a cross between "Waiting for Guffman" and "Beetlejuice," the 86-minute comedy concerns a "science teacher [who] says the word 'Macbeth' in a theatre and unleashes mayhem upon a troupe of actors." C.J. Prouty directed with cinematography by Michael Millikan.
Special features on the DVD include audio commentary with the director and producers, deleted scenes and sword-fighting outtakes.
The "curse" of Macbeth affected the filmmakers of "Never Say Macbeth." According to a press statement, "Director C.J. Prouty suffered a terrible car accident on the way to the first production meeting; cinematographer Michael Millikan had his film equipment stolen out of a storage unit including equipment to be used in the shoot; and five minutes into color correction, Los Angeles suffered a city-wide power outage."
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