5 Theatrical Performances You Don’t Want To Miss in NYC

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If you’ve been meaning to catch up on some theatre—be it an interactive play, a fabulous Broadway show, or a risque performance—now is the perfect time. Get transported into an alternate world full of glitz and glamour or mischief and murder without leaving the city. Haute Living has rounded up five theatrical performances that will leave you in awe.

Sleep No More 

Picture 1You don’t have to be a fan of Macbeth to enjoy this unique and thrilling experience. Head to the Manderley Bar within the McKittrick Hotel after for a gimlet… or two.

Then She Fell 

If you’re a fan of immersive theater (or have been dying to check it out), score tickets for Then She Fell. With only 15 audience members per performance, the show creates an intimate experience while taking you through a Lewis Carroll-inspired wonderland.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch 

Picture 3Michael C. Hall, known for his lead role on the television show Dexter, wows as Hedwig. Join Hedwig (and his pumps) on a thrilling rock n’ roll journey.

Queen of the Night

Picture 4The perfect evening out—dining, drinks, and a riveting performance—that can enjoy conveniently from your table. Queen of the Night is a magical circus-like show that you don’t want to miss. The immersive performance will wow you and your companions unlike any other dining experience in NYC.

The Last Ship 

Picture 5The one and only Sting has joined the cast of The Last Ship until Jan. 24 and this is a performance that you do not want to miss. A compelling story of a tight knit community and one man’s dreams of a different future, accompanied by Sting’s brilliant score, creates an outstanding evening on Broadway.

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