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If a show is sold out, a wait list will start at the door at 7:30 pm. Please note there is no late seating for this performance. Any unclaimed tickets will be released to the waiting list at 8 pm. The show is around 90 minutes long. New Orleans-based collaborative theater company Goat in the Road brings their award-winning play Numb to New York audiences. The show follows a trio of stories, each tied to the 19th-century origins of anesthesiology and the first personalities to experiment with pain-free surgery. Combining history, neuroscience, wonky movement and an immersive soundscape, Numb paints an entertaining and heartbreaking portrait of scientific progress and the search for intoxication. TICKETS: $18 "an amazing collaboration and production featuring some of the finest performers and behind-the-scenes artists out there right now. The play will have you laughing, cringing, crying, hiding behind your seat In fact, the only thing you wont feel is numb." The NOLA Defender Goat in the Road Productions is an award-winning New Orleans-based performance ensemble dedicated to the production of original and invigorating new works of theatre, dance, performance art and educational programming. Since its 2008 inception, GRP has created twelve original performance works, toured nationally, and in March of 2013, the companys show Our Man was featured on the cover of American Theatre magazine.