Set in the here and now in an "abandoned" theater illuminated by a single ghostlight, audiences test their nerves and face their fears as they are surrounded by ethereal sights, sounds and even touches of the returning dead.Average Rating: based on 2 votes
Show Category: Thriller
|Opening:||Oct 21, 2010|
|Closing:||Jul 24, 2011|
115 MacDougal Street
New York, NY
Just south of Washington Square Park W
I enjoyed the show until the very end. Although they recomend children be supervised throughout the show what they should really say is that children should not be here AT ALL! I'm outraged right now and very unhappy. My fiancee' was also asked to join the show at the end where he was then layed on a table to have a nude female lay on top of him. She then danced around the room totally nude!
The idea the inspires this show is compelling, but Play Dead does not live up to (ha, ha) its billing. It is not nearly scary nor macabre nor mysterious enough to raise a single goose bump.
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