When most people think of New York City, I bet exploring the great outdoors doesn’t come to mind. Well that’s because New York City isn’t “outdoorsy”, right? Wrong - that couldn't be further from the truth.
When was the last time you played with play dough? If you’re like me, it’s been a few decades. Playfully combining sculpting and wine, New York Adventure Club Play-Dough and Wine Night offered a fun and interactive experience where I learned how to sculpt using play-dough. No previous experience required.
To put it simply: Seeing You is a kinematic tour de force. Created by Randy Wiener of Sleep No More fame and Grammy Award-winning choreographer Ryan Heffington, Seeing You is an immersive theatre experience set during the tumultuous times of World War II.
Alone and in total darkness, I began to feel a strange sense of paranoia that built as a voiceover set the stage – as a survivor of a mysterious apocalyptic event that has plunged the world into frenetic disorder reminiscent to that of The Walking Dead, I have found my way to a mall nearby, where I only have one nebulous goal: to survive.
Based on the real-life murder of her grandfather Frank Spano in 1935, Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning is a result of Cynthia von Buhler’s obsessive research into – and theatrical reconstruction of – the events leading up to the mysterious murder.
Written by Ken Urban, Nibbler brings a fresh sci-fi perspective to the classic coming of age tale. At the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater till March 18th, Nibbler is risqué but also strangely relatable.