Caption: Every so often, there was a rare moment of perfect balance when I soared above him.
"Choose-your-own-adventure experiences like Sleep No More and Then She Fell are attracting college-age and 20-something audiences to the theater. Two new immersive pieces by the Trusty Sidekick Theater Company at the Park venue Armory aim for an even younger demographic: the grade-school set and their families.
For The 7 ½ Mysteries of Toulouse McLane (Monday through Oct. 19) and The Haunting of Ichabod Crane (Oct. 25 to 30), the children’s theater company Trusty Sidekick will lead audiences of 30 or so through a series of rooms at the armory, as performers narrate and act out their respective stories. To varying degrees, audience members will be free to explore the space while the performance takes place around them.” - The New York Times
So tell me what appealed to you on playing this role?
What’s happening at The Tank this weekend?
The premiere of Jason Hall’s thriller play Third Floor, the works of five accomplished NYC based Japanese composers in JPN NYC, 7-Minute Workout, a comedy variety spectacular, Something Like, a play reading, and Shakespeare Program: What’s Gender Got To Do With It?
'To write down one's impressions of Hamlet as one reads it year after year,' wrote Virginia Woolf, 'would be virtually to record one's own autobiography, for as we know more of life, so Shakespeare comments upon what we know.'