- Fort Point, San Francisco
- September 2008
- By William Shakespeare
Conceived and directed by Randall Cohn, Cara DeFabio, and Ava Roy
Multiple pathways wind through the dark stone corridors, narrow passageways, expansive brick casemates, and inner chambers of the fort. On the parade ground, in the direct onslaught of the billowing fog and relentless wind, the witches work their charms. We rush to the roof for the final battle – the Golden Gate bridge soars overhead, the city skyline flickers, glimpses of sunset peak through the fog, the moon hangs low in the sky. A full sensory immersion into Macbeth’s Scotland as it collides with Civil War era and modern day San Francisco.
“So foul and fair a day I have not seen”