Sleep No More

The McKittrick Hotel
530 West 27th Street
New York, New York 10001


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Completed in 1939, the McKittrick Hotel was intended to be New York City's finest and most decadent luxury hotel of its time. Six weeks before opening, and two days after the outbreak of World War II, the legendary hotel was condemned and left locked, permanently sealed from the public. Until now...

Seventy-two years later, EMURSIVE has brought the Grande Dame back to life. Collaborating with London's award-winning PUNCHDRUNK, the legendary space is reinvented with SLEEP NO MORE, presenting Shakespeare’s classic Scottish tragedy through the lens of suspenseful film noir. Audiences move freely through a transporting world at their own pace, choosing their own path through the story, immersed in the most unique theatrical experience in the history of New York.

Sleep No More is an indoor promenade performance lasting up to three hours. There are four arrival times at 7:00PM, 7:20PM, 7:40PM and 8:00PM, Mondays to Saturdays, plus Friday and Saturday late nights at 11:00PM, 11:20PM, 11:40PM and 12:00AM. After admission, patrons embark upon an individual journey and may stay inside the performance for as long as they wish until it ends at 10:00PM (2:00 AM at Friday & Saturday late night performances) after which they are welcome to stay on at the bar.

For any enquiries regarding tickets, please contact Ovationtix on 866.811.4111

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Read reviews and news of this production featured in:
New York Times (April 13, 2011)
New York Magazine (April 15, 2011)
New York Post (April 7, 2011)
New York Post (April 13, 2011)
Entertainment Weekly (April 15, 2011)
New York Daily New (April 14, 2011)
ABC News (April 14, 2011)
AM New York (April 13, 2011)
Huffington Post (April 14, 2011)
Theatremania (April 14, 2011)
Playbill (April 13, 2011)
Slant (April 14, 2011)
New York Times (January 12, 2011)
Elle (March 29, 2011)
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