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  • Another site-specific hybrid performance offering -- "Accomplice" -- has already proven successful enough to expand internationally.

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  • Another site-specific hybrid performance offering -- "Accomplice" -- has already proven successful enough to expand internationally.

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  • Neither "Accomplice" nor "The Ride" has to contend with paying rent to a Broadway landlord, and the pay scale for performers and stage crew isn't monitored by unions.

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  • Still, there's overhead to contend with: There are ongoing prop costs for "Accomplice," for instance, plus the bill for the food and drink that auds get with the price of admission at each show.

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  • "Accomplice," which also combines elements of theater and tourism, has been running in Gotham for five years.

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  • "Accomplice," which also combines elements of theater and tourism, has been running in Gotham for five years.

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  • According to Tom Salamon, who co-created "Accomplice" with his sister, Betsy Sufott, the first New York show started off attracting mainly locals, before word slowly spread and tourists gradually began to make up a higher percentage the audience.

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  • For $65 each, "Accomplice" sends groups of 10 people out on foot for a three-hour scavenger hunt through a neighborhood, encountering performers who reveal elements of the show's storyline and point auds toward their next destination.

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  • He co-produced the out-of-doors mystery play "Accomplice" in Los Angeles after stumbling upon it in New York; the show is going to London.

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  • Neither "Accomplice" nor "The Ride" has to contend with paying rent to a Broadway landlord, and the pay scale for performers and stage crew isn't monitored by unions.

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