Tradition says, saying "Macbeth" in a theater will give bad luck to all the actors and the play itself. In a theater.
Theater people believe it is bad luck. They call MacBeth the "Scottish play."
Because it is Bad Luck.It is bad luck because Macbeth is a witch William shakespear created but is now classed as a bad luck symbol to anybody in a theater who says the witches name.
When something bad happens we say "What bad luck!"We do not say "What a bad luck!" because that is not correct in normal English usage.
they say black cats are bad luck because they say black is the color of the devil and so is red and when they say is a black cat bad luck they think the devil is bad luck
no because they were known as bad luck
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The acting profession is very superstitious. True, to say 'good luck' to someone just going on stage is bad luck. Instead acting people say 'break a leg' its code for 'good luck' but the bad spirits don't know that.
Macbeth. By the way, professional actors have certain superstitions, and one of them is that it is bad luck to say "Macbeth" in a theater. They refer to it as "The Scottish Play".
I beleive that wolves are good luck most people say bad because their ignorant, or scared.
Apparently it's a superstition that it will bring bad luck to the theatre. Personally I think that it isn't true. I was reading Macbeth and talking about it at my rehearsal for a play and it went swimmingly.
For the same reason you can't say the name of that Scottish play, I guess!
I think you would say "mala suerte".
The really funny thing about theater is that they believe you can "jinx" a performance by wishing them well - so they say "break a leg" to each other and think that will give them good luck instead.
It is bad luck to be superstitious.It is bad luck to be superstitious.It is bad luck to be superstitious.It is bad luck to be superstitious.
I would say that's bad luck.
I Say "NO!"
Some say it is but personally i do not think it is. Because I've done it before and i didn't get bad luck! :)
Its tradition that Christmas trees are down around the feast of the epiphany which is the 6th January. Some people say its bad luck but just because some people say its bad luck doesn't make it so.
Malas means bad luck.Example:They say that when you point on a black cat, you will have bad luck.(superstition)
yea people say they do
Well the old native peoples of America say that it is bad luck, but by the rest of the normal people it is said that seeing a bird indoors flying is not bad luck, like walking under a ladder, which in superstition language, (IS) bad luck.By Alban Bahja
If you are superstitious you probably believe they bring bad luck but on the other hand if you are not superstitious you are most likely to say no. so it just depends.
Well you can but they say it's bad luck. So if I was you I wouldn't. I don't believe in bad luck anyway.