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New York | 2h 15m | Ends Feb 24

The Mortality Machine

From 2 member reviews
Members say: Absorbing, Intense, Thought-provoking, Unique, Ambitious

About the show

In this immersive theater experience, you play the role of the survivor of an illegal medical experiment who must solve the mystery of your loved one's death, and confront your own attitudes about mortality and loss. More…

In 2014, five people died in an illegal medical experiment in a Canal Street basement. Before their families could learn what happened, the incident was covered up: buried under a mountain of legal procedures and sealed behind a web of police tape. No one knew how those five people came to participate in the experiment, or what they were doing; only that it cost them their lives. Some of their survivors moved on. Some fell apart. A handful kept fighting, and after five years, they’ve finally won the opportunity to unseal the laboratory, and learn what took their loved ones from them. 

Note: "
The Mortality Machine" contains depictions of medical procedures, death and grieving, partial nudity, mild sexuality, and profanity. It is not suitable for children under the age of 18.

2h 15m | Ends Feb 24 | Wildrence (Lower E Side)


“The Mortality Machine” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

75
Absorbing, Ambitious, Intelligent

See it if You like an immersive experience that cast you in a mystery. Enjoy interacting with actors and armatures playing characters.

Don't see it if You wasn’t linear plot and full explanations of what is going on. If you are made uncomfortable easily as space is limited and dark.

72
During previews
Intense, Thought-provoking, Immersive, Unique

See it if you want more interactivity than Sleep No More. You are given your own character to play and experience the world through.

Don't see it if You have to know exactly what is going on. Even at the end, I was not fully clear on all implications until talking to designer afterwards.

Also At the door, you're told you should "be brave" and "vulnerable" can "F... Read more Read less


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Typical fees: $8 - $15 per ticket. Can usually choose your own seats. You can save on fees by buying at the physical box office.
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$105
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$95
through 2/03
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Details

$95 General Admission

Terms

Tickets subject to availability. The Mortality Machine contains: depictions of medical procedures, depictions of death and grieving, partial nudity, mild sexuality and profanity. It is not suitable for children under the age of 18.

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$95 - $125
through 2/03
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