For One More Tomorrow


A lonely woman. A phantom, real or imagined. Is love impossible?

He is long dead, yet driven by his quarrel with Shakespeare’s version of his life.
Sadie, directing the play, thinks she must be going mad. Is he the real Macbeth? Or does she conjure him because she can’t lure the performance she wants out of the actor?

The more she is captivated, the more her direction falls apart. The cast grow restive and disgruntled. Sadie’s contract is in jeopardy. She must choose. The play or “Mac”. But the ghost won’t go quietly and a nightmare encounter brings disaster.

Will the line between life and death keep Sadie and Mac forever divided?