Then She Fell

Monday, June 02, 2014

A couple of months ago, I went to see a dance/art performance at Grace Plaza, by Bryant Park called "Yolk" by Arts Brookfield. You can see my Instagram post [here]. It was a beautiful performance consisting of two dancers transforming within a fragile shell & it was made possible by the team of Third Rail Projects. Through Instagram, I won their contest for free tickets for their show, Then She Fell.

It was an interactive, immersive theater experience that takes you through a unique spin on the Alice in Wonderland story. Shows only allow up to 15 audience members and at times, you are separated from the group and are with a couple of other people or alone. I admit, I was afraid at first. I wasn't sure what to expect.

You walk through this enchanted house full of hidden passages, familiar rooms, and scenes of the story. It takes you on your individual experience and it was absolutely incredible. It transports you to a whole other world and you feel as part of the story itself. I went with my boyfriend Andres, and he experienced it in a completely different way and it was fun to find out & share what he did that I didn't get to do, and what I participated in that he didn't.


Everything was beautifully written, and the choreography was magnificent. The performers stayed true to their characters, and it all left you begging for more. I would highly recommend doing this, and I'm already hoping to go see it again!

19 comments :

Tiffany Kadani said...

I would love to see this. How innovative and beautiful

Miss Val's Creations said...

This sounds like an awesome and unique experience!

Alicia Mackin said...

Oh this sounds SO interesting!! I have friends moving here from the west coast I will have to keep this in mind as something to do.

Allie of ALLIE NYC
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The Squishy Monster said...

So cool, and these are perfect captures!

Sierra Calah said...

This sounds so cool, I've always been a huge fan of Alice in wonderland and it sounds like you had an amazing time!
xoxo
ßerry ♥ Stylish  

Sam Cole said...

This sounds so interesting, innovative and different. I bet it is a thrill to watch. Thank you for stopping by my blog again and I still enjoy the Rizzuti clutch I won over.

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Milex said...

Love

Victoria said...

Thank you!!
Wow how cool is that! Looks really interesting!

nancy @ adore to adorn said...

how amazing. I love that you left wanting more! =) Sign of a good thing.
xo,
nancy

Loulou said...

That really sounds neat. Lucky you for winning tickets to this I treating performance!

Maria Flicka said...

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Kiss & Make-up said...

Oooh this sounds really cool, must be really fun to watch.

trishie said...

Sounds like an interesting performance! Glad you enjoyed it

two birds said...

That sounds fabulous! I hope you get to see it again!

FASHION TALES said...

It seems like a great performance. I also love your blog layout, very sleek Audrey! I hope you're enjoying your summer so far. xx/Madison
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awhite said...

Too cool! I've never been to anything like this. :)

-Ashley
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Tina Bradley said...

Lucky you--winning free tix! Sounds like you had a wonderful time at a great show! :) T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

Slamdunk said...

That must have been something to see. There are advantages to living in the big city--we have to travel to see quality entertainment.

Elle Sees said...

this makes me wanna move to NYC! y'all have the best arts!

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