Upon entering Sleep No More at The McKittrick Hotel, you’re given a playing card and a mask and told not to speak once you’ve been called to begin your voyeuristic experience. I know what you’re thinking, and it’s not like that, you dirty mind you.
At Sleep No More, “Lines between space, performer and spectator are constantly shifting. Audiences are invited to rediscover the childlike excitement and anticipation of exploring the unknown and experience a real sense of adventure. Free to encounter the installed environment in an individual imaginative journey, the choice of what to watch and where to go is theirs alone.”
Hike on over to 530 W. 27th St. to explore six floors that have been transformed into a voyeur’s and explorer’s dream. For more information, check out this NY Times article.