Several of our favorite Upper East Siders attend a performance of Punchdrunk's provocative theater experience, "Sleep No More," which translates to masks, anonymity and some surprising ... See full summary »
Several of our favorite Upper East Siders attend a performance of Punchdrunk's provocative theater experience, "Sleep No More," which translates to masks, anonymity and some surprising romantic twists by the end of the evening. Meanwhile, Diana sets her sights on Serena in her quest to ruin Gossip Girl. Dan is out on his book tour, but things aren't exactly as they appear to his friends and family. Written by
The cast actually attended a performance of Punchdrunk's interactive off-Broadway theater experience Sleep No More. In Sleep No More, five floors have been converted into a giant performance space to re-imagine the story of Macbeth, set in a 1930s hotel, the fictional McKittrick Hotel. See more »
When Rufus texts Dan that he is proud of him, Dan opens the text to reply, but his father's text is on the right side of the screen, making it seem like Dan texted his father that he is proud of him. See more »
[a masked girl enters the room]
[taking her mask off]
Of course you knew it was me. Was it my perfume?
I should get back to the performance.
You can't disrupt the drama. Looks like we're stuck, together, alone, amongst the masked and the anonymous. Do you remember when we used to play dress-up?
How could I forget? Though I didn't think this was your kind of entertainment anymore.
At least I know I'm safe, locked in here with the new Chuck Bass who has none of his old urges.
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