You Won't Even Have To Leave Your Bathroom To Catch This New Piece of Innovative And Immersive Theatre

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Philip Santos Schaffer wants to use your bathroom. The self-described "multidisciplinary theatre artist and producer living in New York" is now offering his show The End of the World Bar and Bathtub to be purchased on the online ticketing platform, TodayTix.

According to the writeup about the piece on TodayTix, The End of the World Bar and Bathtub has Schaffer helping you survive the end of the world... in your bathroom.

You can currently purchase tickets for the show through June for $50 per for a performance for two, although the show will be touring indefinitely. It is written and produced by Philip Santos Schaffer, directed by Audrey Frischman, and produced by WalkUpArts.

WalkUpArts "explore the audience-artist relationship through multi-disciplinary, intimate, and communal experiences.  With an intent towards maintaining a social-consciousness, we engage with audiences through new works and original adaptations of classics."

In the past, they have produced works like Much Ado About Nothing and Hair.

However, while this appears to be the first performance in YOUR bathroom, it's actually an encore production. As Time Out reports, the show ran last year around this time, too.

Would you see this show? Why or why not? Comment below.

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