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ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO

ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO

ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO

ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO

A Without Walls Presentation

PART GAME. PART THEATRE. ON THE CITY STREETS.

ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO

Written by Tom Salamon and Betsy Salamon-Sufott
Directed by Tom Salamon

March 26 – April 14, 2013

ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO offers a completely unique theatrical experience, unlike any found on any stage, taking its audience on an adventure through the city streets. You’ll be sent on a mission, aided by clues and mysterious cast members strewn throughout various locations such as street corners, bars and out-of-the-way spots. Groups of 10 piece together the clues of a meticulously crafted criminal plot and rely on their own street smarts to make it to the end.

Who’s in on it? Who’s not? With San Diego’s hip and historic Little Italy district as its stage, ACCOMPLICE is an experience you won't soon forget.

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How it Works

> A day or two before the show, you’ll receive a call with information on where to meet. This is when the show begins. You MUST therefore provide a valid phone number at which you’ll be reachable on the day before the show.
> ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO takes place on foot throughout the neighborhood of Little Italy
> Please arrive early to allow for parking in Little Italy
> ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO is approximately a two and a half hour show.
> Groups of 10 begin every half hour (Group sales are available. Smaller groups and solo participants will be paired with other guests.)
> Walk up to 1 mile
> Late attendees will not be accommodated
> Wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately for outdoors
> Please note that this a 21+ experience (Private parties excluded)
> Interested in booking a group? Email us.

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Tom Salamon Writer/Director

is the co-creator, writer, and director of Accomplice productions in New York City, Hollywood and London. Accomplice: New York, the original production, was created and co-produced with his sister Betsy Sufott, and began its run in April 2005. Catching fire as an inventive and unique experience, word of Accomplice spread and shows began to sell out months in advance. In 2007, they returned with an all new NYC adventure, Accomplice: The Village. In 2009, the team joined forces with co-producer Neil Patrick Harris on a west coast production, Accomplice: Hollywood, followed by Accomplice: London in 2011 (again co-produced by Neil Patrick Harris, with the addition of London's acclaimed Menier Chocolate Factory). Recently, Tom was engaged by Disney Worldwide to write and develop treatments for use inside Disney Parks.
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Press and Reviews for Accomplice

“Like being in the middle of the Michael Douglas movie The Game.”
> The New York Times

“Accomplice is a game you won’t want to end. A vacation from reality and a chance to let your imagination run wild.”
> The Huffington Post

“The coolest thing we’ve heard about in a long time.”
> CNN

“I can’t remember the last time I had as much fun in Hollywood as I did the day I played Accomplice.”
> Thrillist

“Eerily dead-on actors…an essential experience for natives, longtime residents, and out-of-towners alike.”
> Flavorpill

“Ingenious and unique – don’t miss!”
> TimeOut

ACCOMPLICE: SAN DIEGO takes place on foot throughout the neighborhood of Little Italy.

Performance Times

PREVIEWS: March 26 – 28
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: Performances begin every half hour between 4:30 and 7:00pm

REGULAR RUN: March 29 – April 14
Thursday & Friday: Performances begin every half hour between 4:30 and 7:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Performances begin every half hour between 1:00 and 5:00 pm

WoW Presentation

WOW Series Whether at a treasured landmark, a favorite community gathering spot or at your local mall, WoW performances will be intrinsically connected to the people, places and history of San Diego. Once outside the confines of theatre walls, the performers, audience and passersby become moving parts in a living theatre piece – showing that art lives in ideas and people, not within walls.

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Without Walls
2013 Festival

Inaugural WoW Festival to take place at La Jolla Playhouse Oct 3-6, 2013

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