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Firelight Collective's Immersive Stars in the Night Extends in Brooklyn

The interactive show will stroll through Dumbo for a little while longer.

Hannah Broderick Kraft in Stars in the Night.
Hannah Broderick Kraft in Stars in the Night.
(© Matt Pulliam)

Firelight Collective and producer Hillary Ellison have announced a one-week extension of their immersive show Stars in the Night. Currently being presented in its New York premiere in Dumbo, Brooklyn, the show will now run through Saturday, October 20.

Written and directed by Firelight Collective artistic directors Stephanie Feury and Nathan Keyes, Stars in the Night, according to a press release, "unravels across the cobblestone streets, homes, and businesses of Dumbo, Brooklyn. Intimate groups of 12 audience members are taken on a journey to witness the fallout when a woman suddenly goes missing, and the ripples of her disappearance illuminate mystifying connections between seeming strangers. An original story performed by nine actors, Stars in the Night is staged throughout four locations — from the iconic 19th-century warehouse newly refurbished as Empire Stores, into secret and unexpected environments and intimate living spaces, revealing a deeply powerful and engaging experience."

The cast includes Matt Brown, Allison Byrnes, Benjamin Chase, Davonna Dehay, David Haley, Hannah Broderick Kraft, William Nicol, Deanna Noe, and Jennifer Sacks. Matt Pulliam is the production designer.