The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles presents LAs most haunting theatrical experience this Halloween season! Re-uniting the imagination of retired Disney Imagineer Chris Runco (Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean) and Royal Shakespeare Company director Kenn Sabberton The Tragedie of Macbeth: An Immersive Experienceis a 360 environmental spectacular of Shakespeares famous play. Travel from cursed moors to ill-fated ancestral castles in the Shakespeare Centers downtown building as Macbeths bloody ambition is laid bare in an intense, hair-raising experience.
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Review: THE TRAGEDIE OF MACBETH – An Immersive Experience Takes You Inside the Spooky Atmosphere of Shakespeare's Scottish Play
October 16, 2019
As the tension mounts to its bloody end, audience members, especially the few who get invited into the scene within Macbeth's castle, are drawn into the characters' lives and motives, all the while experiencing the evocative moody atmosphere of haunted, stone-walled castles. Kudos go out to the entire design team from Runco's sets, Avery Reagan and Wesley Chew's lighting design, Joseph a?oeSloea?? Slawinski's sound design, to A. Jeffrey Schoenberg's costume design which work brilliantly together with the talented acting ensemble to transport audiences into a sensory experience none will ever forget.
THE TRAGEDIE OF MACBETH Comes to Shakespeare Center LA
September 12, 2019
When a director from England's Royal Shakespeare Company and a Disney Imagineer come together, the hottest show of the Halloween season emerges. Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles(SCLA) presents The Tragedie of Macbeth a?" An Immersive Experience is a fast-paced immersive production that moves from the foggy Scottish Heath and the wind-whistling castle in Invernesss to the witches coven and the doomed Macduff's house. The audience moves through SCLA's 22,000 square-foot building encountering floating daggers, tapestries that come to life, and bleeding walls while 9 actors tackle 20 characters. Tickets for #MacbethSCLA shows October 12 through November 3 are on sale now at www.ShakespeareCenter.org.