All ingredients for an evening in Speakeasy Dollhouse.
The brainchild of artist Cynthia von Buhler, Speakeasy Dollhouse is an immersive theatre experience that takes place in a Lower East Side speakeasy, where the events leading up to the unsolved murder of Frank Spano in 1935 — the victim was von Buhler’s actual grandfather — are recreated amongst, and with, the audience. Also recreated are a morgue, a Bronx bakery, and a swingin’ Prohibition-era speakeasy, complete with live music and burlesque dancers.
Listen in as Cynthia (and an ever-growing group of the cast) discuss time travel, directing an unwitting cast of several hundred, multiple endings, and exploring history through performance.
“Try the cannolis.”
the first Saturday & first Monday of every month
location will be announced when you buy your tickets (no crashers!)
tickets available via Brown Paper Tickets
photos from the Speakeasy Dollhouse blog