Just Like Magic... THE ENIGMATIST Extends Through March at the High Line Hotel
Let the magician who put a spell on New York City dazzle you - before time runs out. Due to overwhelming demand and a sold-out January slate, New York Times crossword creator David Kwong has extended his run as The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel through March 2019.
Before the show, hurry through the arched Collegiate Gothic doors of The High Line Hotel's 19th century Hoffman Hall, into the shadowy world of the Riverbank estate - the cradle of cryptography. Armed only with a pencil (and a cocktail, of course) you must decipher four puzzles before being granted access to Riverbank's library.
A word of advice: Pay close attention to your surroundings - they may feature hidden messages that unlock the secrets of the cryptic estate, where nothing is quite as it seems. Keep an open mind and a sense of curiosity. Is it possible that The Enigmatist knows what you'll think... before you do?
The Enigmatist includes two nightly performances at 7 PM and 9:30 PM every Friday and Saturday during February and March 2019. Tickets (ranging from $95 to $150) are on sale now - but will soon disappear.
Presented by producers Greg Berlanti and Robbie Rogers, The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel is led by Dylan Pager and Andy Jones as Creative Producers and managed by the team at Baseline Theatrical, whose projects include Broadway's Hamilton, The Cher Show and The Great Comet of 1812. Brett Banakis, International Scenic Supervisor for the global theatrical marvel Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, serves as the Production Designer. Josh Higgason serves as the Lighting and Projection Designer, Joshua Yocom as Properties Designer, Mary Hamrick Williamson as Associate Scenic Designer, Francis Menotti as Magic Consultant, Dave Shukan as Puzzle Consultant, Joan Sergay as Consulting Director, Sean Gorski as Production Manager, John Ferry as Production Stage Manager, and Nevin Law Group as Production Counsel.