Drunk Shakespeare

What’s the Drunk Shakespeare show?

Drunk Shakespeare is an Off-Broadway play, created by Scott Griffin and David Hudson. It first premiered in March 2014 at Quinn’s Bar and Grill. Since then, it has been played thousands of times and has received great reception by the audience.

What’s the plot?

The premise behind the play is that one of the 5 actors downs between 4-6 shots of whiskey, before the performance. The drunk actor then sets a tone to the start of the play and the other actors are to follow and comply with his ideas and direction. The show always turns out different and experimental. The show follows a trend of drinking and playing, popularised by the Comedy Central Series called Drunk History.

The experience

As mentioned, depending on who performs and who drinks, the play turns out differently each and every time. The audience is served craft cocktails throughout the night. If you’re looking for a different type of art experience, then this is for you.

How long is the play?

The play is 90min long.

Is there an age restriction?

Yes, the play is 21+.

Where is Drunk Shakespeare played?

Drunk Shakespeare is currently played in New York and Chicago.

The New York venue is The Gallery at Green Fig (570 10th Ave, near 42nd St).

The King

Each play requires a person from the audience to be the patron-the king or queen. This is an exclusive experience, priced at 500$ for 2 people. It includes special seating on the stage at a regal throne, a bottle of Moet&Chandon, caviar and chocolates delivered to the throne, 2 signature cocktails and decision-making powers during the play.

How much are the tickets?

The tickets are between 59$-99$, depending on seating. You can book tickets for the NYC via the link here.

If you need any additional assistance with bookings, you can contact our team at [email protected] or +1 212-757-1720

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