Tickets on Sale Now for The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel Presented By Greg Berlanti and Robbie Rogers

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Renowned magician and puzzle master David Kwong brings cryptology and illusions to Hoffman Hall at The High Line Hotel for a limited engagement starting January 4, 2019.

David Kwong is The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel starting January 4, 2019.

The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel blurs the line between reality and fiction and invites participants to step into the mysterious, historical world of the Riverbank Estate, the "cradle of cryptology" reimagined at The High Line Hotel's gothic Hoffman Hall.

Get them before they disappear! Starting today, tickets are available for The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel (https://enigmatistshow.com/), opening on January 4, 2019. Featuring renowned magician and New York Times crossword constructor David Kwong, the highly anticipated show includes two nightly performances at 7 PM and 9:30 PM every Friday and Saturday during January 2019. Tickets range from $85 to $125.

The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel blurs the line between reality and fiction and invites participants to step into the mysterious, historical world of the Riverbank Estate, the "cradle of cryptology" reimagined at The High Line Hotel's gothic Hoffman Hall. Guests will experience mind-bending illusions while solving entertaining riddles and puzzles created by David
Kwong exclusively for this show.

Riverbank Estate was a real-life bizarre and fantastical estate, established in 1908 by eccentric multi-millionaire George Fabyan, where he and cohorts William and Elisebeth Friedman pioneered the science of cryptology. This team went on to lead the American military's code-breaking efforts in World War I and II and eventually form the foundation for the NSA.

Presented by Greg Berlanti and Robbie Rogers, The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel is led by Dylan Pager and Andy Jones as Creative Producers and managed by the team at Baseline Theatrical, whose projects include Broadway's Hamilton, The Cher Show and The Great Comet of 1812. Brett Banakis, International Scenic Supervisor for the global theatrical marvel Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, serves as the Production Designer. Josh Higgason is the Lighting and Projection Designer, Francis Menotti is a Magic Consultant, Dave Shukan is a Puzzle Consultant and Nevin Law Group is the Production Counsel.

To learn more about The Enigmatist at The High Line Hotel and to purchase tickets, visit https://enigmatistshow.com/ or https://thehighlinehotel.com/.

About David Kwong
David Kwong is a magician and cruciverbalist (crossword constructor) who mixes puzzles and prestidigitation. Kwong was the head magic consultant on the worldwide hit film Now You See Me and is the secret code consultant for NBC's Blindspot. A TED Talk favorite, Kwong recently published Spellbound: Seven Principles of Illusion (HarperCollins), which breaks down the neuroscience of how your brain is fooled.

About Greg Berlanti
WGA, DGA, and Golden Globe-nominated writer, director, and producer, Greg Berlanti, is the force behind some of the most inventive and acclaimed works in film and television. Berlanti started in television on the hit show Dawson's Creek. He currently works as executive producer of Arrow, The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, You, Riverdale, Black Lightning, Blindspot, Titans, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and All American. Berlanti made his film directorial debut in 2000 with The Broken Hearts Club. His most recent feature directorial project is the critically acclaimed Love, Simon. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his husband and son.

About Robbie Rogers
Television producer and former professional soccer player Robbie Rogers is best known as the first openly-gay male athlete to compete in a top North American professional sports league. He currently produces the CW series All American, inspired by the life of pro football player Spencer Paysinger, which debuted in October 2018.

About The High Line Hotel:
Nestled within a cluster of landmarked buildings in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood sits The High Line Hotel, an 1895 red brick Collegiate Gothic jewel originally built as student housing for the General Theological Seminary. A peaceful sanctuary, the hotel offers 60 oversized, light-filled rooms that blend vintage details with modern amenities. Dotted with flickering gas lamps, the boxwood-lined, fountain-accented front garden and back patio are neighborhood gathering spots where locals and their dogs can be found enjoying pink Champagne or espresso from Manhattan's only Intelligentsia outpost - and fast free Wi-Fi. The High Line Hotel is a development of MCR and The Brodsky Organization.

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