Speakeasy Dollhouse – Lower East Side Speakeasy Immersive Theater Experience

One of my favorite things about living in New York City is the opportunity to be a part of unique events and to experience art in ways that are not usually possible.

Last night I had the opportunity to photograph an immersive theatrical experience called Speakeasy Dollhouse – a prohibition-era murder mystery – “Expect to witness a murder, a birth, and many things in between, all while sipping cocktails from teacups and enjoying cannolis fresh from the Spanos’ Bakery. Mingle with flapper floozies, infamous mobsters, corrupt magistrates, and questionable cops. Live prohibition-era music by The Howard Fishman Quartet. From decor to music to characters, it’s a mind-blowing trip back in time.”

It was really amazing being a part of this as a photographer, and I want to go again as an observer and just get completely into the experience. I highly recommend checking it out if you get the chance!

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Location – The Back Room, Lower East Side, Manhattan
Cynthia von Buhler’s Kickstarter – http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/183801348/speakeasy-dollhouse