“We intentionally blur the lines between what is real and what is contrived and, in doing so, allow audiences to suspend their actual lives and play along,” Salamon says in a statement.
Unlike a dinner theater, there are no surprises or twists that might startle or scare you along the way. The actors may rehearse their lines, but they are also quick on their feet (figuratively and literally) to improvise any unforeseen situation that might come up without breaking character.
As of now, bookings for The Quest for the Seven Teeth are limited to private groups of 10 children with five accompanying adults for $1,000. Preview dates for this show are on Sunday, June 5 at 1pm, and June 19 and 26 at 12pm and 1pm for $40.
For more information on other shows—such as the other new, ladies-only story based on Cinderella called The Quest for the Missing Slipper—visit accomplicetheshow.com.
Above photo: Kids are led through Central Park in The Quest for the Seven Teeth.
Photo courtesy of Accomplice the Show