re: How “Sleep No More” Changed Theater.
Last Edit: emmemmkay 07:00 am EDT 06/10/24
Posted by: emmemmkay 06:58 am EDT 06/10/24
In reply to: How “Sleep No More” Changed Theater. - kieran 04:56 pm EDT 06/09/24

[Apologies to Musicals54, who posted 13+ hours before me] The 1987 play Tamara, at the Park Avenue Armory, was immersive theater decades before Sleep No More - almost 3 hours long; audience members moved from room to room, choosing what or whom they wanted to see; food and champagne served ($85 matinees, $135 Sat. eves.). Full disclosure: I saw Tamara, but not Sleep No More. And btw, Tamara is Tamara de Lempicka, subject of the recent Broadway show.
Link NY Times "Tamara" Review (go to page 88)
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