Theatre scenography of Macbeth, one of the most famous tragedies written by William Shakespeare. Set in a castle in dark medieval Scotland and in an atmosphere of thunder and lightning. The construction of the two sets provides an opportunity for actors to play both inside and outside the castle, according to the script. The idea of simulating the forest with the presence of trees carved on panels arose because the soldiers camped in the woods of Birnan, were ordered to cut the branches of the trees, to hide and to disguise their numbers. The space cut into the solid wood makes the scenes dynamic, not static, because the actors are always moving from one side of the stage to the other.