National Theatre of Scotland's Prudencia Hart Extends Again at the McKittrick
The new production has added more time to its run.
The McKittrick Hotel, home of the immersive theater spectacle Sleep No More, has once again extended the New York premiere of the National Theatre of Scotland's The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart. The production, which was originally scheduled to close January 29, and then extended through March 26, will play its final show on April 23.
Created by writer David Greig and director Wils Wilson, with design by Georgia McGuinness, movement by Janice Parker and musical direction by Alasdair Macrae, The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart is described as "a transporting, music-filled folk theater fable." The show "unfolds among and around its audience, weaving an ingenious, lyrical and enchanting story told with live music throughout its intimate and supernatural setting."
The production features a full Scottish cast from the National Theatre of Scotland, including Muireann Bird, George Drennan, Peter Hannah, Jessica Hardwick, and Owen Whitelaw.
The McKittrick Hotel's bar and music venue, the Heath, has been transformed into a high-spirited Scottish Pub for the production.