Last night, I visited the Mckittrick Hotel to see the show; Sleep No More. An interactive play based off of Shakespeare's Macbeth, Sleep No More blew me away. As audience members, you are let loose in the hotel unhallowed to speak and required to wear (and not allowed to take off) a mask so that you are unrecognizable.
The New York Times says: "An unimpaired sense of balance and depth perception is crucial to attending “Sleep No More,” which leads its audience on a merry, macabre chase up and down stairs, and through minimally illuminated, furniture-cluttered rooms and corridors." You follow whichever characters you choose from one floor to another, in and out of rooms in order to catch the action. " These jaded figures can be found in bedrooms, bathrooms, ballrooms, hospital rooms and nurseries getting dressed and undressed, doing the foxtrot, making every kind of love, killing one another and washing off blood." Just when you think you've seen everything... you come across something completely new. Sleep No More guarantees a a night unlike any other.