Producers of New York City’s newest immersive show Seeing You have announced that the theatrical experience will now play through August 31 due to popular demand. Billed as “narcotic and eye-opening,” the show began performances May 2 underneath Chelsea’s High Line and was originally scheduled for a six-week engagement.
Seeing You is created by Randy Weiner—the producer of Sleep No More and the creator of Queen of the Night—along with Ryan Heffington, and entertainment venture group Cantora, made up of Will Griggs and Nick Panama. The experience is performed in a former meat market, located at 450 W. 14th Street in New York City.
Through music, choreography, and intimate encounters, the show transports audiences into a haze of wartime anxiety. “A truly singular—and unnervingly timely—experience, the music-filled Seeing You unfolds inside a historic expanse underneath The High Line, bringing us disarmingly close to a tight-knit community during WW2 suddenly at odds as patriotism gives way to uncertainty and fear,” read production notes.
Seeing You is co-directed by Weiner and Heffington, who also choreographs. Costume design is by Desi Santiago, and environmental storytelling is by David Gallo. Opening night is now set for June 21.
For more information and ticket sales visit SeeingYou.NYC.