Sleep No More

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530 West 27th Street, New York, NY, USA

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An Interactive Experience like no other Aug 08, 2011
If you are in NY, check out Sleep No More. You don't want to miss out on one of the most spectacular experiences ever created by man. I’m not even kidding!!

I can’t explain the experience as its just a life altering, interactive experience. It’s an interactive Shakespearean theater in a hotel where the story of Macbeth plays out mixed with interpretive dance and spookiness that blows any Halloween haunted house out of the water.

Every one aside from the actors walks around with masks. And you are encouraged, and coerced, into separating from your party so you get a different experience from your friends. You explore all the different rooms from the taxidermy room with dead carcases, to the coat room that houses the agile and acrobatic bellhop, to the dinning room that moves in slow-motion, and to the orgy. You follow the actors around and they engage with the audience and pull them in. There are also secret rooms that only a select few get pulled into by the actors.

The event is short lived but has been extended numerous times. It's now been extended to September 17th.
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