If you live in New York City, you must book your ticket now to see this. The most incredible, theatrical experience I’ve ever had. A production based on Macbeth, with a hint of Rebecca, this is a full audience participation, choreographed show where the audience interacts with the cast in the spooky Hotel McKitterick. Located on West 27th Street, the hotel has been transformed from 3 abandoned warehouses by British theatre company, Punchdrunk. From the minute you arrive you are transported to a strange world, set in the 1930’s, a smoky, red bar greets you. You are mysteriously handed instructions and dropped at various floors of the hotel. Haunting music drifting through the darkness. Crackling, old music from a far away phonogram. At some places, pitch blackness. Encouraged to separate from your friends and live the experience alone. All audience members are instructed to wear carnival masks and speaking throughout the 3 hour performance is prohibited. Without giving too much away, you find yourself part of a scene, you can touch it, you’re bumped, you’re involved. You’re in a nursery, a mental institution, a ballroom, a maze. You’re outside, a cold cemetary. You’re hunting for clues. You’re reading books, letters. Trying to make sense of it all. You’re lost. You’re alone. You’re chasing a pregnant lady, a bell boy, following the action, unsure where you’re going, shocked by what you see next. I would love to say more, but I’ve probably said too much already. Sexy, scary, raunchy, bloody, beautiful. Just book it now for an unforgettable night out. From the minute I walked through the door I knew it was worth every single, scary cent.