This immersive theater piece invites the audience into a surreal Prohibition-era time capsule featuring magic, séances, absinthe and more, as it explores the mysterious death of Harry Houdini. More…
Based on von Buhler’s popular comic series of the same title, "The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini" follows private investigator Minky Woodcock as she uncovers secrets surrounding the final days of the world-famous escape artist. Woodcock’s investigation leads her to cross paths with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who believes Houdini is not merely a magician but has supernatural powers, and Bess Houdini, who suspects her husband is cheating on her.
See it if You enjoy immersive/interactive theater. Good concept and there are some fun parts like the seance scene.
Don't see it if The execution was not always the best. Uneven performances and some scenes were not as interesting as others.
See it if A great concept but a flawed execution of an immersive show (and I LOVE immersive). Odd group movement and choppy story cause a miss.
Don't see it if You don’t like to walk around a building to see a show. You don’t like interacting with cast members. Or are uncomfortable with nudity.
See it if you want to see one of the worst immersive theater experiences of all time. You want to get bored.
Don't see it if you want to save your money. there are many better options for immersive theatre.
See it if You enjoy immersive theater, Prohibition-era stories, magic.
Don't see it if You don't like immersive theater and have no interest in Prohibition, speakeasies, or magic. Also if you dislike nudity.
See it if You enjoy "immersive" theatre, although this wasn't super immersive. You have an interest in Houdini and the drama surrounding his death.
Don't see it if You want to know what is happening all the time.
See it if You are interested in Houdini, You are looking for a beginner immersive experience - this show is immersive but not really too immersive.
Don't see it if You want a true immersive, you are looking for good acting or a good story with a point - this show was lacking and disappointing.