About The Show
Is it a show? Is it a game? Is it a tour? It’s an experience.
Accomplice is a theatrical experience unlike any found in a theatre, taking its audience on a mysterious journey through the city streets. Who’s in on it? Who’s not? Accomplice is an experience you won’t soon forget.
Sending its audience on a journey through the streets London participants are sent on a mission, aided by clues and mysterious cast members strewn throughout various locations such as streetcorners, bars, out of the way shops, and seedy alleys. Audiences in groups of up to 10 traverse the city streets, piecing together clues of a meticulously crafted plot.
Part game, part theatre, part tour, each production is a unique adventure!
Using the sprawling backdrop of the city as its stage, utilizing elements of improv theatre and scavenger hunt, Accomplice will make you laugh, think, and experience the city in a whole new way. “Not enough information,” you say? Trust us—the fun is in the surprises.
Accomplice: New York, the original NYC Accomplice production, is the creation of brother-and-sister-team Tom Salamon and Betsy Sufott and began its run in April 2005. After thousands of enthusiastic audience members participated in their first unique experience, the creators returned with an all new adventure in January 2007, this time set in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, Accomplice: The Village. In 2009, the New York team joined forces with co-producer Neil Patrick Harris to create a brand-new Los Angeles production, Accomplice: Hollywood.
Each production is a unique adventure, and no previous knowledge of other Accomplice shows is necessary.