An interactive event about the wonders and dangers of the Golden Age of Broadway. The audience explores this world from the perspective of Florenz Ziegfeld, "the Glorifier of the American Girl." More…
Audiences are invited to reimagine Ziegfeld's 1920’s extravaganza, 'The Midnight Frolic,' with lavish showgirls, risque burlesque, thrilling aerialists, magic, and plenty of drinking. At the center of the story is the mysterious 1920 poisoning and death of silent film star and Ziegfeld Girl, Olive Thomas, and the subsequent destruction of her husband, movie star, Jack Pickford. 'Midnight Frolic' explores a starlet's transition from hopeful anonymity to disenchanted fame.
See it if you like old-time styled contemporary music and walk-around theatre. Dressing in theme elevates the experience.
Don't see it if you don't like the 20's, or shows that take some figuring out to "get it"
See it if You want to look at pretty naked people
Don't see it if You want well produced, tight, immersive, edgy cabaret or bulesque. There are other people doing it far better in the city.