Romeo and Juliet: An Immersive Experience
Audiences will be ushered into the fragile world of Verona where they have the option to directly participate in the action and help the characters sort through their toil. A play about conflicts of all kinds, EMIT's production of Romeo and Juliet allows for audiences to not only ask questions of the characters, but also impact the action of the play by performing tasks that drive the story.
This production is appropriate for ages 10+
Run time: 60 minutes
Come see it:
Sunday, April 14, 2019 @ 8:00pm
Thursday, April 18, 2019 @ 8:00pm
Friday, April 19, 2019 @ 3:00pm
Friday, April 19, 2019 @ 8:00pm
El Barrio's Artspace
215 E. 99th St.
NY, NY 10029
We would like to give a special thanks to Shakespeare Forum for hosting us at El Barrio's Artspace.
All EMIT performances are Relaxed Performances. It is always ok to take a break from the performance and reenter when ready.
We are happy to report that El Barrio's Artspace is an ADA compliant space.
While there will be some seats in the different locations of the space, please note this is not a seated performance. If you are in need of a seat, we encourage you to notify us of any accommodations you may need, and we will do our best to make them happen!
Content Advisory: Suicide, Staged Violence
Contact Advisory: None to Light/Acquaintance Touching
Coat racks will be available to store your belongings. EMIT is not responsible for any items lost, damaged or stolen during the course of the show.
We encourage you to support our partners at the New York Foundling by purchasing a Foundling Support ticket! $10 of this ticket goes directly to their Child Abuse Prevention Program. Please see below for more information:
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and wed like you to consider supporting The New York Foundlings Child Abuse Prevention Program (CAPP). CAPP is an award-winning workshop and training program that uses life-sized puppets in skits to teach children how to recognize, resist, and report physical and sexual abuse educating them about their right to a safe childhood. CAPP also educates teachers and parents about how to keep kids safe at school and in the home. Each year, CAPP reaches roughly 20,000 New York City children, and helps to build a safe school environment in over 200 schools throughout the five boroughs.
El Barrio's Artspace (View)
215 E. 99th St.
New York, NY 10029
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|