Accomplice: New York Is Theatre for the Adventurous

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Accomplice: New York, the mysterious theatrical tour-game show that made its debut in 2005, is back to lure adventurous New York theatregoers on a theatrical quest throughout Lower Manhattan.

The interactive event has gained such popularity since its 2005 debut and sold-out 2006 season that plans are currently underway to produce the production in San Francisco (beginning Aug. 1), Los Angeles (co-produced by Neil Patrick Harris) and Austin, TX. The locations are kept secret and are only revealed to ticket-holders shortly before show time via a phone call from one of Accomplice's mysterious characters. According to press notes, "Famous landmarks, neighborhood locales, actors, merchants and bystanders on the street all play a role in Accomplice: New York. You experience Gotham in a whole new way as you and your fellow partners in crime travel to tucked away corners of historic downtown neighborhoods gathering information and insider tips to help a wise guy outsmart the feds. As small groups of 8-10 people set out on foot as 'Accomplices' in committing a faux crime, you get to play along – whether you choose to be a 'fly on the wall' witness or assume a dynamic role as the plot unfolds."

Siblings Tom Salamon and Betsy Salamon-Sufott created the one-of-a-kind downtown adventure, which has been hailed by numerous publications as a not-to-be-missed experience that even native New Yorkers will find intriguing.

Accomplice: New York performs 16 shows each weekend through Oct. 28. Tickets are $50 per person and may be purchased online at

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