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HABIT NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: September 21, 2012
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"The Real World" meets No Exit: audiences circulate around the exterior of a fully functional house, watching the ever-changing action through the windows, and coming and going as they please. Habit is a durational installation created by provocateur David Levine (previously at PS122: Anger at the Movies, Venice Saved), with a commissioned text by playwright Jason Grote (NBC's "Smash") and environment by Marsha Ginsberg. All day long, within the four walls, actors re-complete the drama, on an endless loop, making up staging to suit their needs. When they're hungry, they eat; when they're dirty, they wash. Habit is a free event, available from 1:00pm-9:00pm on participating days; reservations are not required.
You Have a Role in This Play: Peeping Tom
By BEN BRANTLEY
Published: September 24, 2012
"When I first looked in on them, around 4:30 p.m., they were all asleep. Or unconscious. Or dead. It was hard to tell. An hour and some minutes later, the three of them were knocked out again, but this time in different positions, different places and, come to think of it, different clothes. And that was when things started to get interesting."
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