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Trainspotting Live
Off Broadway, Roy Arias Stages

Reviewed by Matt Kiesling

BOTTOM LINE: A wild ride through the heroin scene of late 1980's Scotland, Trainspotting Live is an immersive theatre experience that grabs you by the hand and asks you to party till you drop.

It's summer in the city, the perfect time to go on a little adventure, to have a trip. But what kind of trip do you have in mind? For lovers of innovative and compelling theatre told by a vibrant team of artists, the best trip in the city right now is Trainspotting Live….

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Theasy is a Media Sponsor of the 2018 Frigid Festival

The Festival runs February 14 - March 4.
2 Theaters, 3 Weeks, 12 Days, 30 independent theater companies, and over 150 performances.

We will be reviewing many of the shows in the festival.