An eerie performance
New York City embraces theater and performances can occur in all sorts of places, including a cemetery. The Spoon River Project is bringing live, musical theater to Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery, giving visitors to this historic space an experience they won't likely find on Broadway.
The Spoon River Project is the story of the fictional town of Spoon River as told by its now-deceased residents. The tale is weaved with the help of 11 actors through spoken word and song.
Visit the Spoon River Project website for information on tickets and showtimes.
As you can imagine, a show in a cemetery isn't for children, and admission is restricted to ages 15 and over.
A show at the cemetery may be scary, but there's nothing to fear when it comes to getting there, if you contact NYC Limo.