City Tech College students bring interactive show 'Wingman' to life

A new technology-based theater show brings college students together to gain work experience. The one-man show, called "Wingman," is taking place at the Voorhees building

The audience is able to use their phones

The audience is able to use their phones to communicate with Gindick via social media and through live interaction with the theater performance. (Credit: News 12)

BROOKLYN - A new technology-based theater show brings college students together to gain work experience.

The one-man show, called "Wingman," is taking place at the Voorhees building at the New York City College of Technology in downtown Brooklyn. It stars circus clown Mark Gindick.

College students are working with Gindick and his production company to put together the 70-minute show using an interactive screen and innovative technology.

The audience is able to use their phones to communicate with Gindick via social media and through live interaction with the theater performance.

The show is running now through Saturday night and starts at 8 p.m. It is free for all students no matter what school they attend. Regular admission is $20.

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