David Levine’s ‘Habit’ Will Be Performed at Essex Street Market in September

Habit, an art installation/one-act play billed as “The Real World meets No Exit” by experimental director David Levine, will be coming to New York City in the fall. In past performances, Habit has been staged inside a “four-walled, fully furnished and functional American ranch house” where three actors perform a 90-minute play on a loop for eight hours everyday for 10 days. The actors eat when they are hungry, shower, go to the bathroom and basically live normally inside the house while reciting their lines. The audience looks in through windows set up around the house’s perimeter.
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