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Here’s a little bootleg audio for you today. Kevin and Adam performing “Moment of Choice” with the live band from our hip hop musical, You are in an open field.


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Time Out New York reviews You are in an open field.
Only 8 performances left and we’ll even share our potion* with you.
Tickets here.

*if you’re 21 or older.

Time Out New York reviews You are in an open field.

Only 8 performances left and we’ll even share our potion* with you.

Tickets here.


*if you’re 21 or older.

Andy Webster from the NY Times reviews You are in an open field!
You only have this weekend and next week to see the show. There will be snacks.Tickets.

Andy Webster from the NY Times reviews You are in an open field!

You only have this weekend and next week to see the show. There will be snacks.
Tickets.

You are in an open field is in New York Magazine’s Approval Matrix (in a good way)!
(via The Approval Matrix - Week of May 14, 2012 — New York Magazine)
You only have until next week to see our Hip Hop Musical about Video Games! Get your tickets!

You are in an open field is in New York Magazine’s Approval Matrix (in a good way)!

(via The Approval Matrix - Week of May 14, 2012 — New York Magazine)

You only have until next week to see our Hip Hop Musical about Video Games! Get your tickets!

"You are in an open field is a Neo-Futurist shout-out to the nerdcore sub-culture that has you toe-tapping along, nerd or not. The subject matter was of secondary importance to me – of greater weight was how that subject matter fit into a visualization of game-play as a coping mechanism."

Waylon Lenk
Kachakâach: You are in an open field

Waylon Lenk reviews and analyzes our show from a fascinating perspective. Worth taking a few minutes to read.

Frank Scheck from NY Post reviews You are in an open field.
(for the record, the performer in the show referred to as “the talking teddy bear” is in fact, the triple threat icon, Teddy Ruxpin).
TICKETS ARE SELLING LIKE TICKETS THAT SELL QUICKLY!Get them here. 

Frank Scheck from NY Post reviews You are in an open field.

(for the record, the performer in the show referred to as “the talking teddy bear” is in fact, the triple threat icon, Teddy Ruxpin).

TICKETS ARE SELLING LIKE TICKETS THAT SELL QUICKLY!
Get them here

Bess Rowen from NYTheatre.com reviews our new Hip Hop Musical Video Game, You are in an open field.

Bess Rowen from NYTheatre.com reviews our new Hip Hop Musical Video Game, You are in an open field.