After making my stage debut aged nine as Macduff's small son in 'Macbeth,' I had played a number of parts, from 'Twelfth Night's Viola to 'The Merchant Of Venice's Portia'.
In the description of night in Macbeth, the beetle and the bat detract from the general idea of darkness - inspissated gloom.
When you're a young man, Macbeth is a character part. When you're older, it's a straight part.
I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.
Vincent Van Gogh