I'm going to do my senior seminar next semester on early modern witch plays (and some historical context stuff).
Macbeth is on the list, of course. Because yay Macbeth.
What other plays (and in which editions) have you enjoyed or thought would work well in a classroom?
So far, The Witch of Edmonton is HIGH on my list, and maybe The Tempest, too. But there are lots (so maybe not LOTS, but some), and I'm aiming for, say, 10 plays that I can get in reasonably good, affordable editions.
I have a week to turn in my book orders (it's so early!). I know that's a whole congressional mandate thing, but it's obvious that no one in congress ever thought about teaching anything that wasn't constantly on the rotation or taught from a textbook type book.