Sleep No More - Will we get our clothes dirty?

Pwong2
Swing
joined:2/12/14
My girlfriend and I will be going to Sleep No More this March, and we heard that there will be quite a bit of chocolate syrup in this production. However, we'll be going for a formal event afterwards, we wanted to know if we will get our clothes dirty at the show (from the syrup?), or if we just run the risk of getting water on our clothes?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated, so we can plan our schedule and whether we'd need to go back and change.
Updated On: 2/12/14 at 05:38 PM
Brian07663NJ
Broadway Legend
joined:6/21/06
Cannot say no chance but highly unlikely that you will get dirty.

It is possible to be in that room/scene with the chocolate syrup and not get touched - they aren't in there splashing it about. Also - from what I remember - there is a room you can access by crawling into it but not necessary to do that - (spoiler) behind the bar in the pool table room.
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Pwong2
Swing
joined:2/12/14
Thank you, I doubt we'll do any unnecessary crawling, but I guess we'll just have to stand at the back of the room or something as soon as we smell chocolate syrup?

On a related note, does anyone know if Maximilian's Guest pass is worth it if we're on a tight schedule?
DAME
Broadway Legend
joined:4/15/04
You will be sweating like a pig for sure. Not only under that mask.. but from all the running around.
HUSSY POWER! ------ HUSSY POWER!
ARTc3
Broadway Star
joined:8/5/13
I have been to Sleep No More several times. I didn't know of the room you crawl to. Tell me more!!!!
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Wildcard
Broadway Legend
joined:6/21/06
If there is some way you can bring comfortable shoes, do so. You will be doing a lot of standing, walking and running. Depending on how long you intend on staying, it does get tiring.
Kad
Broadway Legend
joined:11/5/05
Yeah, be practical in terms of shoes and clothes. You will be on your feet for several hours and it gets balmy in there. There really isn't much that will get you dirty otherwise.