In 1999, Orlando's infamous Club Juana staged a production of
Macbeth in the Buff, during which three dancers went on stage, took off their clothes, and were arrested for being naked in a place in which alcohol is served. A judge cleared the club, which closed its doors in 2006, of any violation. Eight years later, in the nation's capital, the Washington Shakespeare Company also performed a nude
Macbeth. One critic, however, turned up her nose. "Nudity is a pretty conspicuous trait, though, so when naked witches appear alongside naked humans, they all seem to fall into the same order of being," Celia Wren
wrote in The Washington Post.