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"Play Dead"-funny, creepy, interactive play directed by Teller(of Penn & Teller)


Written by Todd Robbins & Teller
Featuring Todd Robbins
Directed by Teller

"Funny, furious and wholly enthralling!" - The Wall Street Journal
A "wild, wicked show!" - The New York Times

Invite death to come out and play in a creepy creation from Teller and performer/co-creator Todd Robbins who hosts a mesmerizing and terrorizing look at life, death and the horrific wonder between. Weaving together storytelling, illusion and telepathy proves that there is nothing more arousing than unholy resurrection and we’re never so alive as when we’re scared to death.

The stories and events of this interactive production contains some disturbing images, strobe effect, theatrical haze, interactivity, brief moments of nudity and a great deal of fun. Audiences are surrounded by sights, sounds and touches of the returning dead. Material may be inappropriate for the faint of heart – or those under 18.

this thoroughly cool, at times comical and completely creepy show comes from the bordering-on-sick minds of Penn & Teller's Teller and performer-host Todd Robbins. This interactive theatrical experience opens in pitch blackness, where the ethereal sights, sounds -- and touches -- are all the more effective, achieved via the combination of wickedly clever ghost stories and eerie stage illusions. And you know you're in for a fun and terrifying time when the advisories include strobe effects, theatrical haze, interactive elements, adult themes -- and nudity. The show ran off-Broadway in 2010 to acclaim from The New York Times among others, which said "this wild, wicked show is not just a screamfest after all; it's a pretty good piece of theater."


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  • Carol

    Excellent! Funny, creepy in parts, very well done, highly entertaining, I recommend it.

    November 23, 2013

  • Amy

    Love Penn and Teller! (especially Teller!) It would be the quiet one who'd come up with this kind of theatre, right?

    November 12, 2013

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