Activities

Sleep No More

Sleep No More

What started in 2011 as a limited run performance has blossomed into one of New York City’s biggest theatrical attractions. Nearly five years later, the show is still filling up their West 27th Street warehouse with hundreds of guests on a daily basis. It’s called Sleep No More, a reimagining of Shakespeare’s Macbeth that takes place in a fictional 1930’s-era hotel called, “The McKittrick.” What makes Sleep No More so unique is that it is a fully immersive and interactive show. Picture a ‘Broadway play meets haunted house,’ and you’ve got a basic idea of what to expect.

On the Edgewalk of Toronto

On the Edgewalk of Toronto

One by one, holding onto our ropes like they were our only life line (which, come to think of it, they were) we stepped out of the Walk Master's den and onto the Edgewalk. The 5 foot metal mesh floor was the only thing between us and 116 stories of nothingness. The world seemed so impossibly small - when you have to look down to see the top of buildings in a city as big as Toronto, you know you’re on the top of the world.