Unmaking Toulouse-Lautrec 2019

Run Time:
60 minutes
Ages: 21+
Opened: May 29, 2019
Closing: February 05, 2020

Unmaking Toulouse-Lautrec - 2019 - Immersive History , Info & More

Madame X
94 W Houston St New York, NY 10012

Rediscover the bohemian world of Belle Epoque Paris with legendary artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and the women he immortalized. Dive into the underbelly of Montmartre and rub shoulders with the dancers, prostitutes and outcasts that inspired the most enticing, elegant and provocative art ever to launch a thousand refrigerator magnets. Through imagery, text and dance, UNMAKING TOULOUSE-LAUTREC explores the ecstasy of creativity against the agony of the body in the sexiest art history lesson you'll ever have.

Bated Breath Theatre Company invites you to experience the turn-of-the-century Paris through the eyes of legendary post-impressionist painter Henri de Toulouse Lautrec with UNMAKING TOULOUSE-LAUTREC. This immersive, environmental production is conceived and directed by Mara Lieberman, devised by Bated Breath Theatre Company and features choreographic content by Tara O'Con (Then She Fell, Ghost Light, The Grand Paradise), Matt Mastromatteo, and the Company.

Unmaking Toulouse-Lautrec - 2019 - Immersive Cast

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UNMAKING TOULOUSE-LAUTREC Will Present Special Valentine's Day Edition
by Chloe Rabinowitz - February 5, 2020

Bated Breath Theatre Company will amp up the romance at a special Valentine's Day edition their acclaimed immersive, environmental production UNMAKING TOULOUSE-LAUTREC.

UNMAKING TOULOUSE-LAUTREC Extends Through January 2020
by A.A. Cristi - October 1, 2019

Bated Breath Theatre Company announces a fourth extension of their acclaimed immersive, environmental production UNMAKING TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, selected as one of the 11 'best immersive plays and interactive theatrical experiences on Broadway and beyond' by Time Out. Performances will now continue through January 8, 2020 at Madame X in Manhattan's historic Greenwich Village, where performances began on May 8.