Odd Man Out

The Flea Theater
20 Thomas Street

ODD MAN OUT IS AN IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE IN COMPLETE DARKNESS The performance includes a 360 º binaural audio system, sensorial special effects and ultimately uses the darkness to bring the audience to a new light. Immerse yourself in the st... more

ODD MAN OUT IS AN IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE IN COMPLETE DARKNESS

The performance includes a 360 º binaural audio system, sensorial special effects and ultimately uses the darkness to bring the audience to a new light.

Immerse yourself in the story of Alberto, a blind musician traveling home from New York to Buenos Aires, Argentina after decades of self-exile. As you enter Alberto’s story you begin a multi-sensory journey of love, prejudice and fears that were left behind. This interactive experience will awaken your senses and test your limits.


Drag the street view to look around 360°.
Use the arrow buttons to navigate down the street and around the neighborhood!

Odd Man Out

Wed, December 01
7:00PM
$
From 35 to 90
Thu, December 02
7:00PM
$
From 35 to 90
Fri, December 03
7:00PM
$
From 35 to 90
Sat, December 04
7:00PM
$
From 35 to 90

The Flea Theater

20 Thomas Street
new york, new york 10007
Website

Schedule

December 1, Wednesday 7:00PM
December 2, Thursday 7:00PM
December 3, Friday 7:00PM
December 4, Saturday 7:00PM
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Admission

From 35 to 90

Category

Theater

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