Queen of the Night OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
February 2, 2014
Closing:
Open Ended

Theater: Paramount Hotel / 235 West 46th Street, New York, NY, 10019

Synopsis: 

Queen of the Night is a dark debutante ball thrown by The Marchesa for her daughter Pamina. A fusion of performance, music, circus, cuisine, design, and nightlife that welcomes the audience into a wholly interactive entertainment experience. Drinks will flow, dinner is served, and over the course of the gala, guests will be engaged, entertained, and immersed in this genre-blurring initiation.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Queen of the Night

    A Circus of Intimate Sensation: Twisting, Touching and Teasing in ‘Queen of the Night’

    Charles Isherwood

    February 2, 2014: Do not forget to pack the Purell if you’re even mildly germ-phobic and planning to attend Queen of the Night, the latest invasive theater piece — sorry, I mean immersive theater piece — to open in New York. Should you be among the many attendees treated to close encounters with the comely young cast members, expect to have some skin-on-skin contact, albeit of a strictly PG-13 kind.

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  • HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW OF Queen of the Night

    Queen of the Night: Theater Review

    Frank Scheck

    February 2, 2014: Queen of the Night delivers an experience that you won’t soon forget. This inaugural offering at the Diamond Horseshoe -- the famed nightspot opened in 1938 by legendary impresario Billy Rose that has lain dormant for more than six decades -- is an immersive theatrical production that has the feel of an erotically tinged bacchanal. You’ll feel as if you’ve entered a time machine and emerged into a deliciously licentious gala resembling the orgy sequence in Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut.

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  • ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY REVIEW OF Queen of the Night

    STAGE REVIEW 'Queen of the Night'

    Thom Geier

    February 2, 2014: Queen of the Night, playing at the Paramount Hotel near Times Square, is the latest genre-busting immersive production to hit New York City, following on the toe-shoes of downtown hits like Sleep No More and Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. It's a bubbly blend of modern dance, new-age circus, bare-breasted burlesque, and velvet-rope night on the town.

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  • VULTURE REVIEW OF Queen of the Night

    Theater Review: Literally Flirting With the Audience at Queen of the Night

    Jesse Green

    February 2, 2014: Partway through the meal at Queen of the Night, a hunky performer who had just finished an astonishing series of leaps onstage approached my dinner table and looked around. It was like gym class all over again, only this time I was chosen. He motioned for me to follow him. When we reached a dim corridor, he took my glasses, started nuzzling my neck, and said, improbably, that I smelled like desire. What was the etiquette here? Should I have whispered, “Thanks, and you smell like an acrobat”? Should I have taken the opportunity to compensate for nineteen years of monogamy by nuzzling back? Or complained that another audience member had recently come to my table and stolen a lobster?

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  • NEW YORK POST REVIEW OF Queen of the Night

    Dinner is the show at NYC’s new dining scene

    Meg Prossnitz

    January 21, 2014: On a recent Wednesday night, a long line of hungry people formed outside the Paramount Hotel on 46th Street. “The three people that come up and describe the best sexual fantasy will be let in first,” the doorman tells the crowd. To those who approach him and reveal their deepest desires, he replies, “I think we can handle that for you.” Welcome to the new Diamond Horseshoe. After closing in 1951, the historic club, famed for its vaudevillestyle revues and long-legged showgirls, has been reincarnated after a $20 million renovation. It reopened on New Year’s Eve with an interactive dinner club show called Queen of the Night from the Box owner Simon Hammerstein and Sleep No More producer Randy Weiner.

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