Flight Extends at the McKittrick Hotel
Vox Motus's immersive theatrical work will soar for a little while longer.
Flight, the new theater work currently making its North American debut at the McKittrick Hotel, has announced an extension. It will now close on April 20.
Created by Scottish theater company Vox Motus's artistic directors Jamie Harrison and Candice Edmunds, and based on Oliver Emanuel's adaptation of Caroline Brothers's 2012 novel Hinterland, Flight is described as "an emotional and powerful work of art that invites the audience into its poignant story of human courage."
Flight takes place in the Heath at the McKittrick Hotel, home of Punchdrunk's long-running immersive Macbeth adaptation Sleep No More.