I went to an off-Broadway performance last night. It was an immersive dinner theater experience, called "Queen of the Night." It was kind of like a cirque, but there was a definite story line (which, if you know Mozart's Die Zauberflöte, you'll get what's happening almost immediately with the story).
I had a good time--more fun than I was expecting to have, considering that I was exhausted from a really crazy day at work.
So, this counts as an off-Broadway show. It does not, however, count as a no-drinking week. The booze and wine was included with the cost of admission. I'd had no drinks on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, but by the time we got to Friday, between my brutal day at work, and a fun show where people were offering me cocktails, champagne and wine all over the place...well... I'm doing this on average, so I've got three months of no-drinking days, and maybe some other month, I'll do two full weeks without drinks.
Oh, and by the way, if you think you don't know the Mozart opera, you probably do know the Queen of the Night opera. One of my favorite performances of it is Natalie Dessay's. It's kind of attenuated from this production, but I love it so much, I feel like I should post it.