Trivia: What Shakespeare play features three witches called “the Weird Sisters”?
Romeo and Juliet
Correct Answer: Macbeth
So why is this answer correct? : In Shakespeare’s age, witches were the object of hysterical fear and persecution. His portrayal of the Weird Sisters in “Macbeth” drew on common superstitions of the day, giving them sadistic personalities and powers over the natural world. Shakespeare also wrote their lines — including the well-known “double, double, toil and trouble” — in rhyming verse, lending a haunting and mystical quality to their dialogue.