People tend to check in during these times:
More trippy than you can imagine. Chase after the actors and hope they usher you into the secret house music room that includes a full male nude actor and fake bloody baby. I.n.s.a.n.e
Wear good shoes, contact lenses instead of glasses, and dress lightly. Be prepared to go up and down several flights of stairs. And follow the man with the bloodstains on his clothing.
If the only thing that comes off at the unmasking hour is the mask, you have done something wrong.
Don't be afraid to wander off on your own... Don't ask questions, just live through the performance in the moment
Wear your mask on your subway ride home! Your fellow straphangers will love it.
Don't ruin the fun by posting details of the experience as foursquare tips.
Eat the candy in the candy shop.
If you want to see the rave scene, it's on the 4th floor. The room is at the end of a long, very narrow hallway. If you see the three witches on that floor, stock with them and they'll lead you there
Don't hold hands like pansies. You slow everyone down.
If you have contacts, make sure to wear them instead of glasses. You'll be wearing a mask!
while waiting in line outside convince your friend to go to the bar across the street, order drinks, and sneak them out for you. the sleep no more bouncer won't let you in with them, so guzzle em down
No matter where you've been/what you've seen, you've never experienced anything quite like this. Don't read reviews, don't hesitate, don't think about it - JUST FUCKING GO. You'll thank me later.
At the end of the third hour, Stick around after the slow-mo banquet scene to catch Macbeth's hanging.
Check out and purchase tickets to "Sleep No More"
Crazy naked techno dance with bloody baby is on the top floor. Don't miss it. Also spend some tomer in the stables to see action near the end.
Check out all doors & closets (you might just find a macabre Narnia) & eat some candy in the shop. Try to spend time alone with anyone unmasked. Decompress momentarily & find bathrooms in bar area.
FYI. This has nothing to do with faith no more
follow the strobe light if you dare...
Gogogo. If an actor grabs your hand go with it. So much choco blood.
Avoid the room with the single bathtub up on the pedestal—nothing but super emo dance-fighting all night long.
Remember drugs? No longer needed.
3 hours of voyeuristic fantasy, superb acting and delicious set details. A truly unusual and remarkable experience!
Seriously not worth the money. Cannot believe people rave about this.
In Mrs. DeWinter's bedroom, step through the wardrobe to gain entry into a secret passage...
Follow the nurse. Grab her hands when she reaches out.
Follow the three witches and Hecate in order to witness the "Bloody Bacchanal" scene that everyone will be talking about!
sleep no more: if you see a person without a mask, follow him/her. let the adventure begin.
Totally amazing experience. I highly recommend following the actors (if you can keep up) and let yourself go. Definitely don't be afraid to interact and be apart of the show, you won't regret it.
Don't be shy: if you find a story arc that interests you, don't be afraid to run after the actors. Hesitation lands you in the back of the queue.
Don't be freaked out if you're separated from your friends - it's a lot more fun to swap stories about what you each saw afterwards! Apparently the orgy scene was THE thing to see but I missed it :(
If you go with a group, DO NOT try to stay together. It's best to have individual experiences, compare notes afterwards. Don't bring your phone in, don't check the time, don't try to see everything!
An amazing dream (someone's else dream), interactive, mysterious, mystical, voyeuristic, erotic and beautiful! If you can go don't miss it! Is one life time experience.
Simply be in the moment...
A must see/do for all New Yorkers, Tourists and anyone in between! Absolutely incredible experience!
Watch out for the beautiful singer and the unbelievable band
A great tip in life generally, applies doubly tonight: follow the naked guy.
Definitely check out the techno baby orgy
Probably the single most ambitious production I've ever seen. Amazing sets and cute actors, but even those who are experts in the Shakespeare play will find this hard to follow.
Watch out for low tables. Ow.
If you love the 30's/speakeasy vibe you will be in heaven! I fun NYC night! Attend, wonder, and follow the actors tracks as quickly as you can!!