There is a whole article on the New York Times about the set: Punchdrunk Transforms Chelsea Warehouses for 'Sleep No More'
They have a very informative gallery with audio commentary about the set: Something Wicked .
You can also find numerous photos of the set here: http://www.scoutingny.com/?p=3816 (the story seems to be fake though)
- Duncan's Study
- Duncan's bedroom
- Duncan's Chapel
- Banquo/Danvers 1:1 Room
- Hotel Lobby
- Dining Room
- Manderley Bar
- Bathrooms (off hotel lobby, to the left of the check-in desk)
- Porter's Lost Items
- Lost Luggage
- Porter's Office (locked if Porter is doing a one-on-one)
- Macbeth's bedroom
- Crumbled courtyard
- Macduff's apartment
Fourth FloorEditLittle town known as Gallow Green.
- The "Paisley Sweets" Candy store
- Taxidermist office
- Hecate's replica of the Manderley Bar (also know as the "orgy room")
- Malcom's Detective Agency
- Tailor's Shop
- Boy Witch's bathroom (usually locked except immediately following orgy)
- Interrogation room with hanging light (off hallway leading to orgy room)
- Bird Graveyard
- Funeral Parlor
- Rebecca's Parlor
- 2nd Mrs. Dewinter's Bedroom (behind door in Parlor, not always open)
- Narnia closet (in the second Mrs. Dewinter's bedroom) with one-way door leading to back of funeral parlor/morgue.
- Hecate's Apothecary - Herb Room
- The King James Sanitorium
- The forest, which includes the Matron's hut
- Bed Ward
- Bath Ward
- Nurse's Office
- Birch Maze
- Hospital Chapel
- Padded Room
- Autopsy Room
- Bathrooms (down long hallway)
- Keycard Room
Forbidden access. Only a few guest can be lead up to 6th floor by characters.
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Here is my experience: the woman was happy to see me, held out her hands to me and said she'd been dreaming about me - we'd returned to Manderley. I realize now she is the narrator from Rebecca. She spoke lines from the book. Then she sat me down in a victorian wheel chair and pushed me down the long hallway in the dark. She then laid the chair down flat so I was looking up: the ceiling was covered in a miniature of Manderley. A voice-over spoke more lines from the book and the house seemed to be on fire. Then she pushed me back down the hallway. Then she stood me up, took my hand, and we ran down the hallway. Then she told me I must never return to Manderley and showed me out.