Tag Archives: Interactive Theater

Slumber

Being a part of an immersive theater production is one experience, but having an aerialist dangle less than five feet from your head (while the silks that the aerialist hangs from brush your shoulders), is another. And it’s the latter … Continue reading


Complete Works of William Shakespeare in One Weekend – An Interview With Company’s Marathon 2013 Producer Winnie Lok

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 90 Minutes is one thing, while the Complete Works of William Shakespeare in one weekend is entirely another. But that is exactly what Company’s Marathon 2013 is bringing: a free, non-stop, back-to-back reading … Continue reading


Annie Arthur Talks Shakespeare Shakedown’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Audience interaction during shows may bother some people. Fed up with inconsiderate people at the theater, I even penned an article on how to be a bad audience member a few months ago. But Annie Arthur, the director and producer … Continue reading


Speakeasy Dollhouse

“Someone else is going to be killed!” “Oh, good!” Such a devil-may-care attitude may be surprising in everyday life, but it is completely suitable for Speakeasy Dollhouse, the immersive theater experience created by Cynthia von Buhler. Inspired by the murder … Continue reading