Sleep No More
Escape rooms, a political house of horrors and an immersive interpretation of “Macbeth” are among these unsettling (in a good way!) adventures.
At edgy productions in New York, theatergoers not only watch the show—they become part of it. Here are four immersions you must experience.
With just 15 audience members per performance, Then She Fell intimately acquaints visitors to the mad wonderland of Lewis Carroll, set inside the mental ward of the Kingsland Hospital.
Actors Amber Petty and Tim Murray of Off-Broadway's 50 Shades! The Musical Parody stay in character as Anastasia and José when they choose their Top 10 romantic (read: sexy) things to do in New York on Valentine's Day—and every other day of the year.
Chelsea’s McKittrick Hotel—the current home of the ever-popular production Sleep No More—presents Ghost Quartet.
The McKittrick Hotel is rather famously known for playing host to the interactive theater production Sleep No More. You've probably heard rumors about it floating amongst chatter of your coolest friends. But what many people have not been informed of is that the hotel is also home to a lovely roof garden and bar, Gallow Green, as well as periodic musical shows in the Manderley Bar below, which you can visit without the costly entrance fee to the play.