See it if you would have fun solving a murder mystery on the streets of NYC, you enjoy immersive shows with a historical basis.
Don't see it if you're scared to interact with the actors and other audience members. You will be interrogating the characters and collaborating with team.
See it if you are into murder mysteries. This is not your typical show, this is an outdoor adventure, where you need to interact with the characters.
Don't see it if you don't want to walk outside for 90 mins and interact with the characters.
“A nicely realized interactive murder mystery…You have to admire the level of commitment of the performers in this open-air drama, who wander about in period costume, and improvise in character…All of the actors acquit themselves quite well, with D'Amore worth singling out for the intensity and subtle humor he brings to his role. The performance ends up back at Fontana's...It's only then that you really see how well-crafted the experience is.”
"A brand-new, different and dazzling interactive play...The strength of the 'script' is that all of the witnesses and suspects meld part of the story together to create a complicated scenario of what is basically a very simple case...The producers have done a masterful job of combining walking tours, street theater and murder mysteries...It is fun for all and, actually, a very nicely designed case...Wonderful fun, good theater and a very different experience."
“If it sounds like fun to you at all, it most certainly will be…All the actors resort to chewing the scenery a bit to compete with the distractions of being outside, but despite this and the heavy period and immigrant accents—all well done—their performances retain a remarkable level of truthfulness…One of the most impressive parts of the production is the degree to which it’s improvised…Aside from the slight noise issue, the show felt impeccably planned and executed.”