From Our Editors
The type of performance art provided to audience members of New York Neo-Futurist shows is experimental, engaging and delightfully unconventional. Shows at this East Village theater provide visitors with a theatrical experience they won’t soon forget, set within a bare-bones stage – no fancy sets, no extravagant props and no elaborate costumes. It’s just the actors, the audience and the feeling of performing a play within the moment. The most famous performance of the New York Neo-Futurists includes the long-running Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind, where actors attempt to perform 30 plays within 60 minutes. No two shows have occurred twice, offering audience members a truly memorable, high-energy show that can’t be found anywhere else.