The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles presents The Tragedie of Macbeth: An Immersive Experience, created by a director from England’s Royal Shakespeare Company and a retired Disney Imagineer. The audience moves about SCLA’s 22,000 square-foot building filled with floating daggers, tapestries that come to life, and bleeding walls while nine actors tackle 20 characters. Something wicked this way comes during this unique production.
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"...The entire ensemble masterfully pays great respect to the vocabulary and meaning of each phrase, honoring the music of Shakespeare's verse at all times. Several play instruments during scenes, creating an even more eerie atmosphere amid the fog and sorcery at hand when the Three Witches appear (Connor Keene, Erin Croom, and Jessica Bell). These three brilliantly make the most of their stage time, especially during the spell-casting bubbling cauldron scene. Certainly something wicked this way comes when these three are in the room."
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