This has to be the coolest idea for an interactive city tour I've ever seen. I SOOOO want to go and participate in Accomplice in NYC.
What is it you ask?
Part game, part theater, and part tour, Accomplice productions are unlike anything found in a theater, sending its audience on an actual journey through the streets of the city. Armed with a few initial bits of information, participants are sent on a mission, aided by clues and mysterious cast members strewn throughout various locations such as street corners, bars, out of the way shops, and seedy alleys. Audiences in groups of up to 10 traverse the city streets, piecing together clues of a meticulously crafted plot.
The Accomplice sites, naturally are kept secret - it's all part of the fun.
Who's in on it? Who's not? Accomplice is an experience you won't soon forget. "Not enough information," you say? Trust us—the fun is in the surprises.
Each production is a unique adventure, and no previous knowledge of other Accomplice shows is necessary.
There is also an Accomplice Village (which takes place in Greenwich Village) & an Accomplice Hollywood (in West Hollywood).
Anyone want to take a trip to give it a try with me?