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DaVinci and Michelangelo: The Titans Experience Tickets

After over 500 years, the two greatest minds and artists of the Renaissance will make their New York stage debut.

About the Show

Previews: Aug 15, 2019


Revel in an unforgettable journey through the Renaissance, as you relive the most exceptional artistic period in history.

DaVinci and Michelangelo: The Titans Experience is an off-Broadway experience unlike any other. This extraordinarily unique and awe-inspiring, breakneck, multimedia journey takes you through the glory years of the Italian Renaissance with DaVinci and Michelangelo as your guides. Mark Rodgers’ presentation is powerful and passionate. The presentation includes 3D animations of the various da Vinci inventions, along with images and movies of his sculptures, codices and artwork of both the artists. Rodgers’ energy and passion are infectious, and you will quickly find yourself reeled into his world.

Join Mark Rodgers, Director of the DaVinci Machines & Michelangelo Exhibitions for North America, as his one-man show is all set to awe and inspire you! DaVinci and Michelangelo: The Titans Experience isn't your regular New York theatre fare. The performance event focus on showcasing the legendary geniuses at their very best and analyzing their work through a modern lens. The show isn't focused on telling their story but wants to be an insightful exploration of DaVinci and Michelangelo's many creations. Almost 500 years after their time, the two titans of the Italian Renaissance are finally making their New York Stage debut. Some famous artwork which is explored during the show includes the Statue of David, Mona Lisa, Sistine Chapel, DaVinci’s magnificent machines among countless others. Described by creator Mark Rodgers as "DaVinci and Michelangelo has everything that everyone can relate to. The impact of everything they said and did can be found in our lives today."

Off-Broadway Plays


St. Luke's Theatre
308 46th St.
New York, NY 10019
Wheelchair Access
There are 10 steps down to the theater. Stairs have handrails, and staff would be happy to help bring wheelchair down stairs.
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