Edges & Borders: Immersive Shabbat in the Dark
This pop-up soiree taking place in a secret location in New York, is set to stimulate your senses through the lens of the unseen. Going back to the "beginning" of our creation, the origin, the darkness... When the lights will turn on, the truth will be revealed.
This multidisciplinary event will feature an immersive Sound Drama performance curated by Lost & Found Project in collaboration with Floating Tower (Matti Kovler, artistic director) and other New York-based actors and musicians.
The taste experience will be stimulated by The Gefilteria who will serve Russian tapas in the dark taking our guests on a nostalgic journey...
ATTENTION: The number of tickets is very limited and will be distributed through a lottery.
SIGN UP LINK: Here
* You will not be charged until your request is approved.
Tickets are $45 per person (price includes tapas-style 7 course meal, wine, performance and "The Gefilte Manifesto" book signed by the authors). If selected, you will be eligible to purchase up to 2 tickets. Please specify the number of desired tickets when applying.
Unfortunately we will not be able to process any refunds.
Edges & Borders: An alternative Passover experience was created through a collaboration between Svetlana Shmulyian and Lost & Found Project last April and will be back in April 2017.
Alternative Passover experience, designed to take its guests through an unusual, captivating experience. The program explores the key concepts of Passover and its modern existence through the language of the performing arts. Featuring live music, poetry, movement pieces; and a menu inspired by the Passover plate, hand-crafted and executed by a top Brooklyn chef Gosha Danilov @ Two Tablespoons.
This interactive, speak-easy style performance took place in a secret location in Brooklyn and featured the electronic music band Petits Machins, essayist and poet Marina Rubina, dancer Dmitri Ivanov, world known accordionist Victor Prieto, and Lost & Found actors Boris Zilberman and Sergey Nagorny.
Nourished by OneTable. Presented by FolksbieneRU, a partnership initiative of National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and Genesis Philanthropy Group.