The immersive show Seeing You officially opened June 21 underneath the Chelsea High Line. The interactive drama, from the mind of Sleep No More producer and Queen of the Night creator Randy Weiner, transports audiences to both sides of the Pacific during World War II.
The production, co-directed by Weiner and Ryan Heffington (who also choreographs), is scheduled to run through August 31 at 450 West 14th Street.
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Seeing You explores the moral complexities of war through music, choreography, and intimate encounters, depicting basic training, blood drives, the front lines, and more.
The cast features Jesse Kovarsky (Fiddler on the Roof), Heather Lang (An American in Paris), Jodi McFadden (Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark), Zach McNally (Fiddler on the Roof), Christopher Grant (Queen of the Night), Eriko Jimbo (Across the Universe), and Lauren Yalango-Grant (Fuerza Bruta Wayra), as well as Lauren Cox, Aaron Dalla Villa, Ted Hannan, Alison Ingelstrom, Maija Knapp, Nicholas Ranauro, and Jay Stuart.
For tickets and more information, visit SeeingYou.nyc.