The Lombardi Case 1975
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The Lombardi Case 1975
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The Lombardi Case 1975 NYC Reviews and Tickets

76%
(12 Reviews)
Positive
92%
Mixed
8%
Negative
0%
Members say
Entertaining, Funny, Great acting, Quirky, Edgy

About the Show

Live In Theater presents an interactive murder mystery experience set in the underworld of 1970s New York City.

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Member Reviews (12)

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70
Entertaining, Dated, Great acting, Slow, Best for groups

See it if You want a show where you need to talk to the cast & solve a problem. You want siper-commited actors! You want an unique group activity.

Don't see it if You want a modern immersive show: this one's in Tony & Tina more. You want tight storytelling & pacing: story's slight & too long-2 1/2 hrs! Read more

75
Great acting, Raunchy, Clever, Entertaining, Edgy

See it if You want to solve a murder mystery! More escape the room type than theater but actors are really great and improvise well!

Don't see it if You don't like working with strangers as a team or would rather have the traditional theater experience.

84
Entertaining, Absorbing, Great acting, Quirky, Refreshing

See it if you enjoy immersive pieces, or want an ambitious who-dunnit murder mystery centered around NYC

Don't see it if walking would be an issue for you, or working/socialising with a group of strangers wouldn't work for you - some adult content also Read more

59
Funny, Dated, Cliched, Great acting, Confusing

See it if you want a fun group activity. You like anything thats related to solving a crime. And you are someone who enjoys socializing with strangers

Don't see it if I don't really recommend you to go to this show alone. This show involves a lot more "work" than any other immersive / interactive shows. Read more

85
Funny, Entertaining

See it if Your into interactive theater...wanna play junior detective. This was great for a Saturday afternoon outing. Plus open bar!

Don't see it if If you don't wanna walk around or go on a sort of scavenger hunt for suspects. Or if ur antisocial...as you work in groups.

90
Entertaining, Edgy, Funny, Refreshing, Quirky

See it if You want to see and participate in something different. It's great for groups and a really fun day.

Don't see it if You can't walk well or are uncomfortable walking around. It is a participation show.

70
Entertaining, Intelligent, Thought-provoking, Ambitious

See it if you love interactive theatre and will enjoy walking around the city to uncover planted clues that will help you solve a crime!

Don't see it if You don't like interactive theatre or prefer top quality theatre. This is simply a fun experience. Go enjoy it and take friends!

76
Delightful, Immersive, Funny, Entertaining, Self-driven

See it if Interactive shows delight you. This show, based on true events, allows the viewers to become participants. A jaunt in the streets included.

Don't see it if Viewer participation brings about your social anxiety issues. Group work is essential, so if you're not a team player, stay at the bar.

Critic Reviews (1)

New York Theater
May 13th, 2012
For a previous production

“The Lower East Side is seedy again in Live In Theater's unique, interactive crime show ‘The Lombardi Case 1975.’ If you don't remember this side of the neighborhood, you will have fun walking the streets collecting clues on a pleasant weekend afternoon…The dramatic ending caught me quite by surprise. Kudos to Carlo D'Amore for also writing and directing this adventure.”
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