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Artist's Political Haunted House Still Isn't As Frightening As Real Life

In “Doomocracy,” an art happening ominously described as a political haunted house that aims to “aims to shock, amuse, provoke, even disturb,” the most frightening part is inevitably the lead-up, the minutes spent counting down, heart racing, before the immersive performance begins. The suspense is doubly intense since the piece takes place in a setting as massive and sinister as Sunset Park’s once-abandoned Brooklyn Army Terminal, a sprawling complex built to supply the American military in World War I that looks like something straight out of “Stranger Things.
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