“Macbeth” kicks off with a meeting amongst three, scary witches, so yeah, it’s a pretty good Shakespeare play to watch around Halloween. (See our review in the A&E section.) Kentucky Shakespeare takes its production of the 1600s tragedy — set in a future, dystopian society — to a parking lot for a drive-in style performance. When you purchase your tickets, you’ll have the chance to make an extra donation. Send in $20, and you’ll receive a Shakespeare in the Park T-shirt, to be picked up at the show.
Through Oct. 31Parking lot next to Joe Creason Park
8-9 p.m. | $25