Creepshow at the Freakshow 2013: Coney Island Criminals

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Writer-director Dick Zigun imagines future icons Al Capone, Jimmy Durante and Clara Bow working shifts at a 1920s saloon in this interactive event, performed in "Splash-A-Rama." Prepare for blood and spaghetti to be spilled.
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This was one of the worst pieces of theater I have ever seen. I typically enjoy these smaller, low-budget productions, but this was just awful. Bad overacting, terrible storyline and script, scenes that didn't seem to have any narrative and just ended with no explanation, audience interaction that made no sense and seemed only to be part of the show for nothing more than to fill up some time… the list could go on and on. Not worth the $10 ticket. Wouldn't be worth a $1 ticket. I suspect the previous reviewer was part of this horrendous production, because this was bad– very, very bad.

Cousin paulie

Went to be one of the first to see this show last night at 7pm, and what a great show it was! Fun, interactive and great acting by all involved. Seating for the show involved the audience actually sitting in the restaurant style seats and actually being part of the action. Very friendly and professional staff, and true to life story telling based on true events. Do not miss this as it runs on weekends through Halloween, and all week on Halloween week with a special midnight show on Halloween night.. At the arts annex building next to the Coney Island USA building and when you're done with the show stop next for for a drink or two at the Freak bar before strolling around and seeing the rest of Coney Island on cool beautiful autumn nights.. Great show, I recommend this one to all and very well worth the price.