An immersive dive into the world of Korean Pop music as an audience gets a behind the scenes look at the inner-workings of a Korean music label on the eve of its launch in NYC.
Empire Travel Agency is a story about our current place in history, and our collective and personal anxieties about the future.
The prequel to Empire Travel Agency set in an apartment, a car, a train and the city.
Set in Paris and inspired by the novella that was famously adapted into a film by Roman Polanski, The Tenant was a thrilling, haunting and grotesquely hilarious investigation into the relationship between who we are and where we live.
Composed of a series of interwoven and simultaneously performed vignettes throughout the ship, evoking the whirlwind of both a riverboat journey and the everyday urban chaos of New York City.
Twelve Ophelias asks how it is possible to break old cycles and start afresh when the past so completely permeates your life.
"Does It Hurt When I Do This?" is a new immersive theater piece based on the professional use of standardized patients. Standardized patients are people, often times actors, who are employed at medical schools to impersonate patients suffering from a variety of ailments. These "mock patients" perform their illness for medical students, so the future doctors can test their diagnostic acumen and their bed side manner. In this piece, you get to play doctor, literally.
Alexandria allows you to delve into the secrets of a library and the potential time travel in a universe of books. Built for the unique world of our public libraries, Alexandria will reentrant the public library as our audience is invited to get a library pass like no other and immerse themselves in a world of stories.