Escape From Reality With Ziegfeld's Midnight Frolic, a 1930’s Themed Interactive Show

If you are looking for an escape from reality, be sure to check out this 1930’s showbiz-themed, interactive show, Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic.

Showcasing at the old Liberty Theater in Times Square, Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic is taken from the Speakeasy Dollhouse series created by multi-faceted artist Cynthia Von Buhler.

The new edition of Cynthia von Buhler’s immersive, interactive mystery has a 1930’s showbiz theme and is staged site-specifically at the old Liberty Theater, a vintage venue hidden behind storefronts in Times Square. Audience members are free to wander a space filled with showgirls, aerialists and specialty cocktails.

The immersive experience allows it’s audience to become engulfed in the storyline centered around the glitz and glam of the luxurious NYC show business, in addition to cryptic insertions of death and betrayal.

With a creatively altered universe set in the 1930s and real-life references such as showbiz legends Josephine Baker and Billie Burke, the show feels all too real.

Be sure to experience the interactive extravaganza that is Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic this spring! The show will only be running through May, 9th, 2015 with tickets starting at $75.

via Timeout

Ravey Redd

Ravey Redd

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Hailing from Fairfield County, Raven is currently a student pursuing a degree in Journalism. She is a fan of blogging, hiphop music, and all things Starbucks related. Raven can be found exploring all that NYC has to offer.

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