Accomplice: New York: Part Theatre, Part Game on the Streets of New York
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The last date listed for Accomplice: New York was Sunday June 19, 2011 / 4:00pm.
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In a chaotic and unforgiving world roiled by economic uncertainty, a powerful and mysterious man… More
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Featured review from KristinRed Velvet
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I agree with the other reviewers who said it's best to do this with friends. But the group my friend and I were with were really nice and we all got along. The actors stayed in character the whole time. And we got fooled by 1 of them-we didn't recognize he was part of the show (we had assumed some other innocent guy was!). This is one of those things you'll need to do in NY. I hope Goldstar not only offers this again, but offers members the Greenwich Village show.
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Loved it! Our group bought 8 of the 10 tickets for our session - ideally you'd have a group of 10 so you're not working with strangers, but it didn't affect our enjoyment at all. A good time was had by all. There is a LOT of walking but it was...continued
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This would definitely have been better if you know your entire group. The actors are definitely talented and do a great job of staying in character. Be prepared to walk a lot.
Quotes & Highlights
“Ingenious And Unique – Don’t Miss!” —Time Out New York
“Makes you look at the city with skeptical eyes, like being in the middle of the Michael Douglas movie The Game.” —_The New York Times _
“Genius…leaves even jaded New Yorkers seeing the city like never before.” —Fox 5 New York
“Intriguing and delightful…expertly designed and executed.” —Backstage
Accomplice: New York is part game, part theatre, taking its audience on an actual journey through the city streets. It all begins with a mysterious meeting at a pier, where you will receive your instructions. Participants in groups of ten make their way through downtown Manhattan aiding and abetting in a meticulously crafted criminal plot, following clues and receiving aid from cast members who show up along their journey on street corners, in bars, at iconic landmarks, or at locations off the beaten path.