Group Size: 2 to 7
Cost: $40/person for 2 players
$30/person for 3 to 4 players
$28/person for 5 to 6 players $25/person for 7 players
Children 8 and under are free
Age : all ages welcome but games with more than 2 players under the age of 14 must be accompanied by adult. Some younger children may find some surprise elements startling and even frightening but there are no macabre features.
Time to complete: 60 Minutes
Level of Difficulty: 4 out of 5
Accessibility: there are several uneven surfaces and narrow doorways.
Location: 509 Siskiyou Blvd. Dedicated street bay parking.
The scottish play
A play by William Shakespeare, that, according to theater legend, has been cursed since its first performance in 1606--a play so powerful that an old superstition says its name should never be uttered in the theater and for those that do, injuries, falls, death and other mysterious happenings have been the result. In Shakespeare's day, it was believed the play was cursed by a coven of witches for his use of actual witches' spells in the play.
And yet another tragedy has befallen a rehearsal of “The Scottish Play,” and The Old Vic Theater has closed with no opening date in sight. Was it the four-hundred-year-old curse or something even more sinister? You and your group of understudies must solve the mystery before another tragedy strikes. Can you unravel the clues and avoid bringing down further disaster by not uttering “the play that shall not be named"?
Designed in partnership with an OSF artistic team, Escape Ashland’s newest escape adventure is our most immersive and challenging escape room yet. Set in an abandoned theater with sets inspired from MacBeth, this intimate playing environment is best suited to groups of 6 or fewer but can accommodate groups of 7.