"Impossible But True"
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"Impossible But True" is an immersive musical that takes place in a Brooklyn tavern. It is the story of how a small town in the Catskills lives through the American Revolution--loosely based on Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle." The audience can eat, drink and is occasionally asked to participate as the show takes place around them. At Franklin 820 in Crown Heights, Brooklyn on Mondays and select Tuesdays for the month of October. Remaining shows: Monday, Oct 21; Tuesday, Oct 22; Monday, Oct 28.
Venue: Franklin 820
105 Winthrop St, Apt 4D
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