The McKittrick Hotel invites guests on a mysterious journey into the subconscious, where enigmatic hosts titillate the audience with surreal live performances and tantalizing fare. More…
A never-before-seen room, The Attic, has been unlocked especially for the event, which is packed with whimsical entertainment in true McKittrick fashion. 'The Lost Supper' also features the hotel’s signature seasonal 'Sleep No More' cocktail and a classic three-course dinner prepared by the hotel’s Executive Chef Pascal Le Seac’h.
“60s-inspired dinner party with plenty of interactive revelry—along with creepy touches that may well diminish your appetite...The setting is best described as ‘Mad Men’–meets–‘Twin Peaks’...Your surroundings become increasingly more head-spinning with each course served...Your final meal is also pretty good...At least you’ll be well fed before you reach the point of no return!...This is the closest you’ll ever get to being invited to a David Lynch dinner party.” Full Review
“Newest mind-bending dinner party that’ll have you questioning reality...A twisted, early 1960s dinner party that inserts you into a glamorous but incredibly creepy woman’s narrative about the subconscious...The entire experience was like a scene out of a horrific video with the creepiness of Disney World’s Haunted Mansion ride, yet infused with ’60s-era American dream optimism...Requires a willing spirit and an open attitude — its characters are your friends and you are invited to play along.” Full Review
“Hyper-stylized from lighting to costuming...Incorporates food as part of the show...Think surrealistic dinner party interspersed with period songs or creatively executed performance pieces...The food is fine, the environment is the real draw. One waiter/performer recognized me as Iron Jaw Joe, the famous boxer. Six tables of ten means there is a nice performer to diner ratio. But not if you’re the t-shirt guy. For everyone else, a tantalizing supper to remember.” Full Review
See it if you like immersive cabaret theatre.I felt that it tried too hard.There wasn't enough of a show, a plot.It was very talented folks, but...
Don't see it if you are expecting something groundbreaking like Sleep No More.The food was good, the show was ho hum.
See it if you want to live a David Lynchesque dinner, a surreal ball with immersive music, staging & an interesting shift to the dinner party concept.
Don't see it if you are expecting a nice dinner with good food.
See it if You want a unique, immersive theatre experience that challenges the boundaries of performance -- in the best way!
Don't see it if you want to see a fleshed out play/musical with traditional stage elements and components.