Something wicked this way comes…

LA's most haunting and visceral experience this Halloween season re-unites the imagination of retired Disney Imagineer Chris Runco (Haunted Mansion®, Pirates of the Caribbean®) and Royal Shakespeare Company director Kenn Sabberton. The Shakespeare Center’s The Tragedie of Macbeth: An Immersive Experience surrounds the audience in a 360° environmental theater spectacular filled with walls that bleed and spirits that come to life. Journey from cursed Scottish moors to ill-fated ancestral castles in the SCLA downtown building as Macbeth’s ruthless ambition is laid bare in an intense, hair-raising experience.

The Tragedie of Macbeth: An Immersive Experience
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Kenn Sabberton
Sat & Sun Oct 12 - Nov 3
The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles

or call (866) 710-8942 M-F 6am-6pm

*This show moves up and down stairs and uses ramps and inclines outside of the theatre.
* No large bags

Free student matinees available Tuesday-Friday starting October 11. Contact or call (213) 481-2273 x15.

Veterans: Present your military ID at the box office half hour before the show for a (one) free ticket.


The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles
1238 West 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026


Free parking on evenings and weekends is available on Bixel and Second Streets. Paid self-parking can be found in lots on Beaudry on the corners of 1st Street, a short walk to The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles.



SCLA’s Veterans in Art program participants build the sets and run theatre operations for all performances. Learn how you can support Veterans In Art here.

Support for the Veterans In Art program is provided by:
Annenberg Foundation
Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles
Land of the Free Foundation
Los Angeles County Arts Commission
Hollywood Canteen Foundation
The Capital Group
Wells Fargo Foundation

Shakespeare Center of Los Angels is sponsored in part by.png


Three witches tell the Scottish general Macbeth that he will be King of Scotland. Encouraged by his wife, Macbeth kills the king, becomes the new king, and kills more people out of paranoia. Civil war erupts to overthrow Macbeth, resulting in more hauntings and deaths.