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Oct-21-18 03:00 PM BROKELAHOMO! - New York City "COMIC MAYHEM! A ROLLICKING GOOD TIME!" - Boston Globe "SKILLFULLY HITS THE BULLSEYE!" - broadwayworld.com "A SHARP, FUNNY SATIRE WITH HEART!" - EDGE Boston Brokelahomo is a town in trouble. Overrun by dirty, outlaw gays, the few law abiding citizens left must spend their days dodging bullets, putting out church fires and fearing for their pets lives. That is until a heterosexual is sent for. Enter Dusty Rhodes, the unlikely hero of this far out fable set in the groovy 1860s! Will Dusty clean up the town? Or will the gay cattle rustlers and homo hoodlums head him off at the pass? These questions and more will all be answered with a hearty Yippee-I-Oh-So-Gay! in BROKELAHOMO! This is a very limited engagement, ONE WEEKEND ONLY!Be sure to clear your calendars and make your reservations NOW, before we are sold out and "BROKELAHOMO!" is gone forever! We offer THREE types of tickets for this show ... GENERAL ADMISSION - Please be aware! - General Admission seats are NOT "assigned" seats! They are first come/first serve and are usually located BEHIND all V.I.P. seating. THESE TICKETS ARE = $39.99 V.I.P. SEATING - V.I.P. seats are RESERVED SEATS. These seats are ASSIGNED with your parties name on the back of each seat. However, we require that you purchase ALL tickets (included in your party) under ONE NAME! Any V.I.P. tickets purchased under SEPARATE (will call) party names will NOT be seated together. IF YOU WISH TO SIT TOGETHER, PLEASE PURCHASE ALL YOUR TICKETS UNDER ONE PARTY NAME! THESE TICKETS ARE = $49.99 NEW! PREMIUM SEATING - "THE VERY BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE" - Fancy ladies rejoice! These seats are GUARANTEED to be UP FRONT (within the first 4 rows of the theater) and in the very CENTER! Yes, they ARE pricier, but the money goes to a good cause and you REALLY can't get any better than these lil' babies! THESE TICKETS ARE = $100.00 ***ATTENTION and PLEASE TAKE NOTE! - *Doors open 30 MINUTES prior to all shows! Curtain is prompt! Any and all V.I.P. Assigned seats NOT claimed by showtime (meaning 5 minutes prior to curtain) WILL BE FORFEITED! SO PLEASE BE ON TIME!!! *THIS SHOW IS INTENDED FOR ADULTS ONLY, AND CONTAINS THEMES AND LANGUAGE NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. CHILDREN UNDER 16 MAY NOT BE ADMITTED. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

Oct-22-18 08:00 PM Monday Night Magic - 2018 Magical Nights Inc., presents New York's longest running Off-Broadway Magic Show, MONDAY NIGHT MAGIC. TO PURCHASE TICKETS FOR 2017 DATES, CLICK HERE! Each week you'll find a different array of the finest stage magicians performing world-class magic in an intimate theatrical setting. The fun continues during intermission as sleight-of-hand close-up magicians mingle with guests in the Close-Up Gallery as well as in the theater. Monday Night Magic performers have been featured on numerous television shows, including ABC's Good Morning America, CBS's Early Show, NBC's Today Show, America's Got Talent, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and on The Wall Street Journal Report. * The New York Press gave Monday Night Magic a "Best of Manhattan" award. * TimeOut NY says that Monday Night Magic is, "New York's Best Magic Venue." * The New York Post raved, "It was fascinating - more involving than many big-budget, magic shows I've seen!" Come and experience for yourself the non-stop amazement and amusement, wit and wonderment of Monday Night Magic. How To Get There - See the Monday Night Magic Web Site at: http://www.mondaynightmagic.com ------------- IMPORTANT NOTES: Due to the intimacy of this theater and in order to accommodate all patrons, we reserve the right to slightly adjust your location. Any change made will move you to equivalent or better seats than you originally selected. By purchasing your ticket(s) via Brown Paper Tickets you agree to these terms. All ticket sales are final. "VIP" Seats - $79.50 (Best seats, closest to the stage!) "Premium" Seats - $69.50 (Great seats) "Regular" Price Seats - $42.50 "Advance/Discount" Price Seats - $37.50 (Available up to 24 hrs prior to showtime) This show is not recommended for children under 12, and children under 8 will not be admitted. ------------- Box Office Information: Players Theatre 115 MacDougal Street New York, NY 10012 (Located betw. Bleecker St. and West 3rd) The Monday Night Magic Box Office open 90 minutes prior to showtime. When you arrive, please tell the Box Office Manager that you are on the Brown Paper Tickets list. Tickets must be picked up no later than 5 minutes prior to the start of the performance as it is the box office policy to release all "held" seats by then. Latecomers will be seated in the rear of the theater and moved forward after intermission subject to seat availability and at the discretion of the box office. Please take note of the date and showtime listed on your confirmation as some evenings we have more than one performance.

Oct-24-18 08:00 PM Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini (Immersive Theater) Transporting audiences to 1926, the year Harry Houdini died, Speakeasy Dollhouse unravels the mystery of his untimely death. Written and directed by Cynthia von Buhler and based on her comic book series from Titan Comics/Hard Case Crime, The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini follows private investigator Minky Woodcock on her first case. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle believes Houdini is not merely a magician but has supernatural powers; Bess Houdini suspects her husband is cheating on her. Minky goes undercover as Houdinis new assistant, and when the great illusionist dies, Minkys investigation leads her to the darkest of secrets Audience members will witness Harry Houdinis final days through an immersive theater experience in which they are assigned a character to follow and then view events through that characters point of view. They might find themselves attending a séance, helping the magician rehearse backstage, sipping absinthe in a speakeasy, spying on an affair in a hotel room, witnessing an attempted murder, visiting Houdini in his hospital room, or viewing his body in the morgue. All attendees travel via train to watch Houdinis final month of performances, including his iconic Water Torture Chamber act, in Rhode Island, Montreal and Detroit. VIP guests follow Harry Houdini or Minky Woodcock, receive the best seats in the house for the stage portions of the show, and are invited onstage to inspect the Water Torture Chamber. Audience members are encouraged to come back again to follow other key players and see alternate facets of what actually led to Houdinis fateful death. Evidence is revealed, but the truth is left up to the theatergoer to decide. Replete with incredible magic tricks and authentic recreations of spiritualist demonstrations, the production offers up a meticulously detailed slice of Houdini history. Artist and author Cynthia von Buhler created Speakeasy Dollhouse in 2011 to explore the murder of her own Italian immigrant grandfather, a speakeasy owner named Frank Spano, who was shot and killed on a New York City street in 1935. Long haunted by the mystery of his death, von Buhler obtained news articles, autopsy reports, police records, and court documents, and recreated the crime scene in an elaborate dollhouse diorama. In Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning, von Buhler brought her miniature set to life at mobster Meyer Lanskys former speakeasy, The Back Room. The Bloody Beginning, which ran for five years, soon became a hot underground theater ticket, selling out regularly and attracting a roster of guest actors from Broadway and hit television shows such as FXs The Americans and HBOs Boardwalk Empire. In 2012, von Buhlers investigation was featured in The New York Times (Using a Dollhouse to Recontruct a Murder, 77 Years Later). Von Buhler followed The Bloody Beginning with two other immersive plays, The Brothers Booth (2014), an investigation of the Lincoln assassination staged at his assassins brothers mansion on Grammercy Park, and Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (2015), an exploration of the death of Ziegfeld Girl and silent film star Olive Thomas staged at a long-hidden Broadway theater uncovered in Times Square. "The twenties were a time when freedom roared. Women finally won the right to vote. They took jobs during the war and decided to keep them after the troops came home. Ladies drank booze, bobbed their hair and threw away their corsets. Gender roles were becoming more fluid. Liquor was illegal, but folks drank more than ever. Speakeasy Dollhouse revels in this era. Join Minky Woodcock and be transported into a time capsule where you can live fully in her world." - Cynthia von Buhler Starring: Pearls Daily (Minky Woodcock), Vincent Cinque (Harry Houdini), Robyn Adele Anderson (Bess Houdini), Lord Kat (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), Luka Fric (Bennie Woodcock), E. James Ford (J. Gordon Whitehead), Delysia La Chatte (Nurse La Chatte), Eden Atencio (Mina Crandon aka Margery of Boston), Ryan Salvato (Sam Smiley), Celeste Hudson (Lady Marler), Mat Leonard (Jim Collins), Audrey Allen (Lady Allan) and Will Davis (Jack Price). Cynthia von Buhler is the writer, director and set designer. PJ Mead is the associate director and company manager. Produced by Speakeasy Dollhouse. When: Wednesday - Saturday, September 27 - November 10, 2018 Opening night: October 5, 2018 Previews: September 27 - October 4, 2018 Time: 8PM - 10:30PM Where: Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place, Manhattan, NY 10003 Web: MinkyWoodcock.com/theater Phone: Text (646) 221-5239 or email pj@speakeasydollhouse.com Cost: $100 (regular admission), $200 (Friday and Sat VIP) All full price tickets include a copy of the hardcover artist edition book signed by the director/author/illustrator Cynthia von Buhler.

Oct-25-18 08:00 PM Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini (Immersive Theater) Transporting audiences to 1926, the year Harry Houdini died, Speakeasy Dollhouse unravels the mystery of his untimely death. Written and directed by Cynthia von Buhler and based on her comic book series from Titan Comics/Hard Case Crime, The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini follows private investigator Minky Woodcock on her first case. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle believes Houdini is not merely a magician but has supernatural powers; Bess Houdini suspects her husband is cheating on her. Minky goes undercover as Houdinis new assistant, and when the great illusionist dies, Minkys investigation leads her to the darkest of secrets Audience members will witness Harry Houdinis final days through an immersive theater experience in which they are assigned a character to follow and then view events through that characters point of view. They might find themselves attending a séance, helping the magician rehearse backstage, sipping absinthe in a speakeasy, spying on an affair in a hotel room, witnessing an attempted murder, visiting Houdini in his hospital room, or viewing his body in the morgue. All attendees travel via train to watch Houdinis final month of performances, including his iconic Water Torture Chamber act, in Rhode Island, Montreal and Detroit. VIP guests follow Harry Houdini or Minky Woodcock, receive the best seats in the house for the stage portions of the show, and are invited onstage to inspect the Water Torture Chamber. Audience members are encouraged to come back again to follow other key players and see alternate facets of what actually led to Houdinis fateful death. Evidence is revealed, but the truth is left up to the theatergoer to decide. Replete with incredible magic tricks and authentic recreations of spiritualist demonstrations, the production offers up a meticulously detailed slice of Houdini history. Artist and author Cynthia von Buhler created Speakeasy Dollhouse in 2011 to explore the murder of her own Italian immigrant grandfather, a speakeasy owner named Frank Spano, who was shot and killed on a New York City street in 1935. Long haunted by the mystery of his death, von Buhler obtained news articles, autopsy reports, police records, and court documents, and recreated the crime scene in an elaborate dollhouse diorama. In Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning, von Buhler brought her miniature set to life at mobster Meyer Lanskys former speakeasy, The Back Room. The Bloody Beginning, which ran for five years, soon became a hot underground theater ticket, selling out regularly and attracting a roster of guest actors from Broadway and hit television shows such as FXs The Americans and HBOs Boardwalk Empire. In 2012, von Buhlers investigation was featured in The New York Times (Using a Dollhouse to Recontruct a Murder, 77 Years Later). Von Buhler followed The Bloody Beginning with two other immersive plays, The Brothers Booth (2014), an investigation of the Lincoln assassination staged at his assassins brothers mansion on Grammercy Park, and Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (2015), an exploration of the death of Ziegfeld Girl and silent film star Olive Thomas staged at a long-hidden Broadway theater uncovered in Times Square. "The twenties were a time when freedom roared. Women finally won the right to vote. They took jobs during the war and decided to keep them after the troops came home. Ladies drank booze, bobbed their hair and threw away their corsets. Gender roles were becoming more fluid. Liquor was illegal, but folks drank more than ever. Speakeasy Dollhouse revels in this era. Join Minky Woodcock and be transported into a time capsule where you can live fully in her world." - Cynthia von Buhler Starring: Pearls Daily (Minky Woodcock), Vincent Cinque (Harry Houdini), Robyn Adele Anderson (Bess Houdini), Lord Kat (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), Luka Fric (Bennie Woodcock), E. James Ford (J. Gordon Whitehead), Delysia La Chatte (Nurse La Chatte), Eden Atencio (Mina Crandon aka Margery of Boston), Ryan Salvato (Sam Smiley), Celeste Hudson (Lady Marler), Mat Leonard (Jim Collins), Audrey Allen (Lady Allan) and Will Davis (Jack Price). Cynthia von Buhler is the writer, director and set designer. PJ Mead is the associate director and company manager. Produced by Speakeasy Dollhouse. When: Wednesday - Saturday, September 27 - November 10, 2018 Opening night: October 5, 2018 Previews: September 27 - October 4, 2018 Time: 8PM - 10:30PM Where: Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place, Manhattan, NY 10003 Web: MinkyWoodcock.com/theater Phone: Text (646) 221-5239 or email pj@speakeasydollhouse.com Cost: $100 (regular admission), $200 (Friday and Sat VIP) All full price tickets include a copy of the hardcover artist edition book signed by the director/author/illustrator Cynthia von Buhler.

Oct-26-18 08:00 PM Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini (Immersive Theater) Transporting audiences to 1926, the year Harry Houdini died, Speakeasy Dollhouse unravels the mystery of his untimely death. Written and directed by Cynthia von Buhler and based on her comic book series from Titan Comics/Hard Case Crime, The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini follows private investigator Minky Woodcock on her first case. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle believes Houdini is not merely a magician but has supernatural powers; Bess Houdini suspects her husband is cheating on her. Minky goes undercover as Houdinis new assistant, and when the great illusionist dies, Minkys investigation leads her to the darkest of secrets Audience members will witness Harry Houdinis final days through an immersive theater experience in which they are assigned a character to follow and then view events through that characters point of view. They might find themselves attending a séance, helping the magician rehearse backstage, sipping absinthe in a speakeasy, spying on an affair in a hotel room, witnessing an attempted murder, visiting Houdini in his hospital room, or viewing his body in the morgue. All attendees travel via train to watch Houdinis final month of performances, including his iconic Water Torture Chamber act, in Rhode Island, Montreal and Detroit. VIP guests follow Harry Houdini or Minky Woodcock, receive the best seats in the house for the stage portions of the show, and are invited onstage to inspect the Water Torture Chamber. Audience members are encouraged to come back again to follow other key players and see alternate facets of what actually led to Houdinis fateful death. Evidence is revealed, but the truth is left up to the theatergoer to decide. Replete with incredible magic tricks and authentic recreations of spiritualist demonstrations, the production offers up a meticulously detailed slice of Houdini history. Artist and author Cynthia von Buhler created Speakeasy Dollhouse in 2011 to explore the murder of her own Italian immigrant grandfather, a speakeasy owner named Frank Spano, who was shot and killed on a New York City street in 1935. Long haunted by the mystery of his death, von Buhler obtained news articles, autopsy reports, police records, and court documents, and recreated the crime scene in an elaborate dollhouse diorama. In Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning, von Buhler brought her miniature set to life at mobster Meyer Lanskys former speakeasy, The Back Room. The Bloody Beginning, which ran for five years, soon became a hot underground theater ticket, selling out regularly and attracting a roster of guest actors from Broadway and hit television shows such as FXs The Americans and HBOs Boardwalk Empire. In 2012, von Buhlers investigation was featured in The New York Times (Using a Dollhouse to Recontruct a Murder, 77 Years Later). Von Buhler followed The Bloody Beginning with two other immersive plays, The Brothers Booth (2014), an investigation of the Lincoln assassination staged at his assassins brothers mansion on Grammercy Park, and Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (2015), an exploration of the death of Ziegfeld Girl and silent film star Olive Thomas staged at a long-hidden Broadway theater uncovered in Times Square. "The twenties were a time when freedom roared. Women finally won the right to vote. They took jobs during the war and decided to keep them after the troops came home. Ladies drank booze, bobbed their hair and threw away their corsets. Gender roles were becoming more fluid. Liquor was illegal, but folks drank more than ever. Speakeasy Dollhouse revels in this era. Join Minky Woodcock and be transported into a time capsule where you can live fully in her world." - Cynthia von Buhler Starring: Pearls Daily (Minky Woodcock), Vincent Cinque (Harry Houdini), Robyn Adele Anderson (Bess Houdini), Lord Kat (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), Luka Fric (Bennie Woodcock), E. James Ford (J. Gordon Whitehead), Delysia La Chatte (Nurse La Chatte), Eden Atencio (Mina Crandon aka Margery of Boston), Ryan Salvato (Sam Smiley), Celeste Hudson (Lady Marler), Mat Leonard (Jim Collins), Audrey Allen (Lady Allan) and Will Davis (Jack Price). Cynthia von Buhler is the writer, director and set designer. PJ Mead is the associate director and company manager. Produced by Speakeasy Dollhouse. When: Wednesday - Saturday, September 27 - November 10, 2018 Opening night: October 5, 2018 Previews: September 27 - October 4, 2018 Time: 8PM - 10:30PM Where: Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place, Manhattan, NY 10003 Web: MinkyWoodcock.com/theater Phone: Text (646) 221-5239 or email pj@speakeasydollhouse.com Cost: $100 (regular admission), $200 (Friday and Sat VIP) All full price tickets include a copy of the hardcover artist edition book signed by the director/author/illustrator Cynthia von Buhler.

Oct-27-18 05:00 PM Sam Eaton's The Quantum Eye - Mentalism and Magic Show Sam Eaton'sThe Quantum Eye - Mentalism and Magic show is an entertaining and fascinating exploration of mentalism, magic, perception and deception, where extraordinary ability and humor blend with audience participation to make for a unique performance every time. Join Sam on an interactive journey past the limits of possibility in a show that you will never forget. Sam Eaton has been dazzling New York audiences with his mentalism and magic show since 2006. The Quantum eye has proudly been awarded the longest-running one-man Off-Broadway magic show in New York! The show is sophisticated and family-friendly, but may not be visually entertaining for children under 7 years of age. No children under age 5 admitted. PRESS CLIPS: "Amazing feats of memory, mental agility and apparent mental telepathy . . . Dazzling! Undeniably impressive!" – New York Post "Chillingly weird and so real you might want to have your cardiologist on hand, but still family friendly" – New York Press "Sure, David Copperfield can walk through the Great Wall of China… but can he read your mind? Sam Eaton can." – Village Voice "Irresistibly enjoyable. Eaton deserves a full house every night." – nytheatre.com "I found myself sitting with my mouth hanging open and simply saying 'What?!' " – TicketNews "A smart, fast-paced mental magic show that is suitable for the entire family." – The Villager "The Quantum Eye-Magic Deceptions is a fun filled, yet sophisticated magic show to enjoy in New York City." – Citysearch New York Editor "How did he do that?" – Fangoria "Great fun for the entire family. Sam Eaton is a consummate showman and a modern day Houdini. I couldn't get enough." – Talk show legend Joe Franklin "Sam Eaton was more than a mentalist; this man was a master performer." – uncoolkids.com "A lot of enjoyment to be had in the very engaging The Quantum Eye - it stays in one's mind long after the performance! A smart, fast-paced mental magic show that is suitable for the entire family." – Epoch Times "Mind-bending" – Long Island Pulse "Theatergoers with a taste for the mind-boggling can take an intimate sojourn into the world of illusion" – Behind the Scenes: Theatre Blog "If you're looking for entertainment that's off the beaten path, you'll find it here" – New Magic Source "Mind Blowing" – OnBroadwayNY
Oct-27-18 08:00 PM Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini (Immersive Theater) Transporting audiences to 1926, the year Harry Houdini died, Speakeasy Dollhouse unravels the mystery of his untimely death. Written and directed by Cynthia von Buhler and based on her comic book series from Titan Comics/Hard Case Crime, The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini follows private investigator Minky Woodcock on her first case. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle believes Houdini is not merely a magician but has supernatural powers; Bess Houdini suspects her husband is cheating on her. Minky goes undercover as Houdinis new assistant, and when the great illusionist dies, Minkys investigation leads her to the darkest of secrets Audience members will witness Harry Houdinis final days through an immersive theater experience in which they are assigned a character to follow and then view events through that characters point of view. They might find themselves attending a séance, helping the magician rehearse backstage, sipping absinthe in a speakeasy, spying on an affair in a hotel room, witnessing an attempted murder, visiting Houdini in his hospital room, or viewing his body in the morgue. All attendees travel via train to watch Houdinis final month of performances, including his iconic Water Torture Chamber act, in Rhode Island, Montreal and Detroit. VIP guests follow Harry Houdini or Minky Woodcock, receive the best seats in the house for the stage portions of the show, and are invited onstage to inspect the Water Torture Chamber. Audience members are encouraged to come back again to follow other key players and see alternate facets of what actually led to Houdinis fateful death. Evidence is revealed, but the truth is left up to the theatergoer to decide. Replete with incredible magic tricks and authentic recreations of spiritualist demonstrations, the production offers up a meticulously detailed slice of Houdini history. Artist and author Cynthia von Buhler created Speakeasy Dollhouse in 2011 to explore the murder of her own Italian immigrant grandfather, a speakeasy owner named Frank Spano, who was shot and killed on a New York City street in 1935. Long haunted by the mystery of his death, von Buhler obtained news articles, autopsy reports, police records, and court documents, and recreated the crime scene in an elaborate dollhouse diorama. In Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning, von Buhler brought her miniature set to life at mobster Meyer Lanskys former speakeasy, The Back Room. The Bloody Beginning, which ran for five years, soon became a hot underground theater ticket, selling out regularly and attracting a roster of guest actors from Broadway and hit television shows such as FXs The Americans and HBOs Boardwalk Empire. In 2012, von Buhlers investigation was featured in The New York Times (Using a Dollhouse to Recontruct a Murder, 77 Years Later). Von Buhler followed The Bloody Beginning with two other immersive plays, The Brothers Booth (2014), an investigation of the Lincoln assassination staged at his assassins brothers mansion on Grammercy Park, and Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (2015), an exploration of the death of Ziegfeld Girl and silent film star Olive Thomas staged at a long-hidden Broadway theater uncovered in Times Square. "The twenties were a time when freedom roared. Women finally won the right to vote. They took jobs during the war and decided to keep them after the troops came home. Ladies drank booze, bobbed their hair and threw away their corsets. Gender roles were becoming more fluid. Liquor was illegal, but folks drank more than ever. Speakeasy Dollhouse revels in this era. Join Minky Woodcock and be transported into a time capsule where you can live fully in her world." - Cynthia von Buhler Starring: Pearls Daily (Minky Woodcock), Vincent Cinque (Harry Houdini), Robyn Adele Anderson (Bess Houdini), Lord Kat (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), Luka Fric (Bennie Woodcock), E. James Ford (J. Gordon Whitehead), Delysia La Chatte (Nurse La Chatte), Eden Atencio (Mina Crandon aka Margery of Boston), Ryan Salvato (Sam Smiley), Celeste Hudson (Lady Marler), Mat Leonard (Jim Collins), Audrey Allen (Lady Allan) and Will Davis (Jack Price). Cynthia von Buhler is the writer, director and set designer. PJ Mead is the associate director and company manager. Produced by Speakeasy Dollhouse. When: Wednesday - Saturday, September 27 - November 10, 2018 Opening night: October 5, 2018 Previews: September 27 - October 4, 2018 Time: 8PM - 10:30PM Where: Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place, Manhattan, NY 10003 Web: MinkyWoodcock.com/theater Phone: Text (646) 221-5239 or email pj@speakeasydollhouse.com Cost: $100 (regular admission), $200 (Friday and Sat VIP) All full price tickets include a copy of the hardcover artist edition book signed by the director/author/illustrator Cynthia von Buhler.

Oct-29-18 08:00 PM Monday Night Magic - 2018 Magical Nights Inc., presents New York's longest running Off-Broadway Magic Show, MONDAY NIGHT MAGIC. TO PURCHASE TICKETS FOR 2017 DATES, CLICK HERE! Each week you'll find a different array of the finest stage magicians performing world-class magic in an intimate theatrical setting. The fun continues during intermission as sleight-of-hand close-up magicians mingle with guests in the Close-Up Gallery as well as in the theater. Monday Night Magic performers have been featured on numerous television shows, including ABC's Good Morning America, CBS's Early Show, NBC's Today Show, America's Got Talent, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and on The Wall Street Journal Report. * The New York Press gave Monday Night Magic a "Best of Manhattan" award. * TimeOut NY says that Monday Night Magic is, "New York's Best Magic Venue." * The New York Post raved, "It was fascinating - more involving than many big-budget, magic shows I've seen!" Come and experience for yourself the non-stop amazement and amusement, wit and wonderment of Monday Night Magic. How To Get There - See the Monday Night Magic Web Site at: http://www.mondaynightmagic.com ------------- IMPORTANT NOTES: Due to the intimacy of this theater and in order to accommodate all patrons, we reserve the right to slightly adjust your location. Any change made will move you to equivalent or better seats than you originally selected. By purchasing your ticket(s) via Brown Paper Tickets you agree to these terms. All ticket sales are final. "VIP" Seats - $79.50 (Best seats, closest to the stage!) "Premium" Seats - $69.50 (Great seats) "Regular" Price Seats - $42.50 "Advance/Discount" Price Seats - $37.50 (Available up to 24 hrs prior to showtime) This show is not recommended for children under 12, and children under 8 will not be admitted. ------------- Box Office Information: Players Theatre 115 MacDougal Street New York, NY 10012 (Located betw. Bleecker St. and West 3rd) The Monday Night Magic Box Office open 90 minutes prior to showtime. When you arrive, please tell the Box Office Manager that you are on the Brown Paper Tickets list. Tickets must be picked up no later than 5 minutes prior to the start of the performance as it is the box office policy to release all "held" seats by then. Latecomers will be seated in the rear of the theater and moved forward after intermission subject to seat availability and at the discretion of the box office. Please take note of the date and showtime listed on your confirmation as some evenings we have more than one performance.

Oct-31-18 08:00 PM Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini (Immersive Theater) Transporting audiences to 1926, the year Harry Houdini died, Speakeasy Dollhouse unravels the mystery of his untimely death. Written and directed by Cynthia von Buhler and based on her comic book series from Titan Comics/Hard Case Crime, The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini follows private investigator Minky Woodcock on her first case. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle believes Houdini is not merely a magician but has supernatural powers; Bess Houdini suspects her husband is cheating on her. Minky goes undercover as Houdinis new assistant, and when the great illusionist dies, Minkys investigation leads her to the darkest of secrets Audience members will witness Harry Houdinis final days through an immersive theater experience in which they are assigned a character to follow and then view events through that characters point of view. They might find themselves attending a séance, helping the magician rehearse backstage, sipping absinthe in a speakeasy, spying on an affair in a hotel room, witnessing an attempted murder, visiting Houdini in his hospital room, or viewing his body in the morgue. All attendees travel via train to watch Houdinis final month of performances, including his iconic Water Torture Chamber act, in Rhode Island, Montreal and Detroit. VIP guests follow Harry Houdini or Minky Woodcock, receive the best seats in the house for the stage portions of the show, and are invited onstage to inspect the Water Torture Chamber. Audience members are encouraged to come back again to follow other key players and see alternate facets of what actually led to Houdinis fateful death. Evidence is revealed, but the truth is left up to the theatergoer to decide. Replete with incredible magic tricks and authentic recreations of spiritualist demonstrations, the production offers up a meticulously detailed slice of Houdini history. Artist and author Cynthia von Buhler created Speakeasy Dollhouse in 2011 to explore the murder of her own Italian immigrant grandfather, a speakeasy owner named Frank Spano, who was shot and killed on a New York City street in 1935. Long haunted by the mystery of his death, von Buhler obtained news articles, autopsy reports, police records, and court documents, and recreated the crime scene in an elaborate dollhouse diorama. In Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning, von Buhler brought her miniature set to life at mobster Meyer Lanskys former speakeasy, The Back Room. The Bloody Beginning, which ran for five years, soon became a hot underground theater ticket, selling out regularly and attracting a roster of guest actors from Broadway and hit television shows such as FXs The Americans and HBOs Boardwalk Empire. In 2012, von Buhlers investigation was featured in The New York Times (Using a Dollhouse to Recontruct a Murder, 77 Years Later). Von Buhler followed The Bloody Beginning with two other immersive plays, The Brothers Booth (2014), an investigation of the Lincoln assassination staged at his assassins brothers mansion on Grammercy Park, and Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (2015), an exploration of the death of Ziegfeld Girl and silent film star Olive Thomas staged at a long-hidden Broadway theater uncovered in Times Square. "The twenties were a time when freedom roared. Women finally won the right to vote. They took jobs during the war and decided to keep them after the troops came home. Ladies drank booze, bobbed their hair and threw away their corsets. Gender roles were becoming more fluid. Liquor was illegal, but folks drank more than ever. Speakeasy Dollhouse revels in this era. Join Minky Woodcock and be transported into a time capsule where you can live fully in her world." - Cynthia von Buhler Starring: Pearls Daily (Minky Woodcock), Vincent Cinque (Harry Houdini), Robyn Adele Anderson (Bess Houdini), Lord Kat (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), Luka Fric (Bennie Woodcock), E. James Ford (J. Gordon Whitehead), Delysia La Chatte (Nurse La Chatte), Eden Atencio (Mina Crandon aka Margery of Boston), Ryan Salvato (Sam Smiley), Celeste Hudson (Lady Marler), Mat Leonard (Jim Collins), Audrey Allen (Lady Allan) and Will Davis (Jack Price). Cynthia von Buhler is the writer, director and set designer. PJ Mead is the associate director and company manager. Produced by Speakeasy Dollhouse. When: Wednesday - Saturday, September 27 - November 10, 2018 Opening night: October 5, 2018 Previews: September 27 - October 4, 2018 Time: 8PM - 10:30PM Where: Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place, Manhattan, NY 10003 Web: MinkyWoodcock.com/theater Phone: Text (646) 221-5239 or email pj@speakeasydollhouse.com Cost: $100 (regular admission), $200 (Friday and Sat VIP) All full price tickets include a copy of the hardcover artist edition book signed by the director/author/illustrator Cynthia von Buhler.

Nov-01-18 08:00 PM Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini (Immersive Theater) Transporting audiences to 1926, the year Harry Houdini died, Speakeasy Dollhouse unravels the mystery of his untimely death. Written and directed by Cynthia von Buhler and based on her comic book series from Titan Comics/Hard Case Crime, The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini follows private investigator Minky Woodcock on her first case. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle believes Houdini is not merely a magician but has supernatural powers; Bess Houdini suspects her husband is cheating on her. Minky goes undercover as Houdinis new assistant, and when the great illusionist dies, Minkys investigation leads her to the darkest of secrets Audience members will witness Harry Houdinis final days through an immersive theater experience in which they are assigned a character to follow and then view events through that characters point of view. They might find themselves attending a séance, helping the magician rehearse backstage, sipping absinthe in a speakeasy, spying on an affair in a hotel room, witnessing an attempted murder, visiting Houdini in his hospital room, or viewing his body in the morgue. All attendees travel via train to watch Houdinis final month of performances, including his iconic Water Torture Chamber act, in Rhode Island, Montreal and Detroit. VIP guests follow Harry Houdini or Minky Woodcock, receive the best seats in the house for the stage portions of the show, and are invited onstage to inspect the Water Torture Chamber. Audience members are encouraged to come back again to follow other key players and see alternate facets of what actually led to Houdinis fateful death. Evidence is revealed, but the truth is left up to the theatergoer to decide. Replete with incredible magic tricks and authentic recreations of spiritualist demonstrations, the production offers up a meticulously detailed slice of Houdini history. Artist and author Cynthia von Buhler created Speakeasy Dollhouse in 2011 to explore the murder of her own Italian immigrant grandfather, a speakeasy owner named Frank Spano, who was shot and killed on a New York City street in 1935. Long haunted by the mystery of his death, von Buhler obtained news articles, autopsy reports, police records, and court documents, and recreated the crime scene in an elaborate dollhouse diorama. In Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning, von Buhler brought her miniature set to life at mobster Meyer Lanskys former speakeasy, The Back Room. The Bloody Beginning, which ran for five years, soon became a hot underground theater ticket, selling out regularly and attracting a roster of guest actors from Broadway and hit television shows such as FXs The Americans and HBOs Boardwalk Empire. In 2012, von Buhlers investigation was featured in The New York Times (Using a Dollhouse to Recontruct a Murder, 77 Years Later). Von Buhler followed The Bloody Beginning with two other immersive plays, The Brothers Booth (2014), an investigation of the Lincoln assassination staged at his assassins brothers mansion on Grammercy Park, and Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (2015), an exploration of the death of Ziegfeld Girl and silent film star Olive Thomas staged at a long-hidden Broadway theater uncovered in Times Square. "The twenties were a time when freedom roared. Women finally won the right to vote. They took jobs during the war and decided to keep them after the troops came home. Ladies drank booze, bobbed their hair and threw away their corsets. Gender roles were becoming more fluid. Liquor was illegal, but folks drank more than ever. Speakeasy Dollhouse revels in this era. Join Minky Woodcock and be transported into a time capsule where you can live fully in her world." - Cynthia von Buhler Starring: Pearls Daily (Minky Woodcock), Vincent Cinque (Harry Houdini), Robyn Adele Anderson (Bess Houdini), Lord Kat (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), Luka Fric (Bennie Woodcock), E. James Ford (J. Gordon Whitehead), Delysia La Chatte (Nurse La Chatte), Eden Atencio (Mina Crandon aka Margery of Boston), Ryan Salvato (Sam Smiley), Celeste Hudson (Lady Marler), Mat Leonard (Jim Collins), Audrey Allen (Lady Allan) and Will Davis (Jack Price). Cynthia von Buhler is the writer, director and set designer. PJ Mead is the associate director and company manager. Produced by Speakeasy Dollhouse. When: Wednesday - Saturday, September 27 - November 10, 2018 Opening night: October 5, 2018 Previews: September 27 - October 4, 2018 Time: 8PM - 10:30PM Where: Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place, Manhattan, NY 10003 Web: MinkyWoodcock.com/theater Phone: Text (646) 221-5239 or email pj@speakeasydollhouse.com Cost: $100 (regular admission), $200 (Friday and Sat VIP) All full price tickets include a copy of the hardcover artist edition book signed by the director/author/illustrator Cynthia von Buhler.