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Street theater at NYC's High Line is extended

Brazilian artist Michel Melamed's play "SEEWATCHLOOK" — a series of 28 scenes performed free at a New York City intersection — has been extended.
/ Source: The Associated Press

Brazilian artist Michel Melamed's play "SEEWATCHLOOK" — a series of 28 scenes performed free at a New York City intersection — has been extended.

The work has added four extra performances through Oct. 30. It originally was intended to end Oct. 16.

The play takes advantage of being directly in line with a seating area on the High Line, the long abandoned elevated railroad that is now a popular park.

Each 65-minute show featuring a cast of 12 is performed at the intersection of Tenth Avenue and 17th Street.