Immersive theatre has been around for a while now and productions pop up all across the country. That key word “immersive” tells an audience that they will be immersed in a story, entering a world of interaction with the performers, in places definitely not proscenium theatres, black box theatres, theatres-in-the-round or any other kind of … Continue reading “Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin”
Death Play. Sounds off-putting, doesn’t it. Or intriguing, if your thoughts and interests quirk towards the dark side. In reality, this highly emotional, very personal work of theatre art, is profound in its depth, while being extraordinarily entertaining, with laughter and angst existing side by side in the moment-to-moment exploration of grief over the loss … Continue reading “Death Play” at Circle X Theatre Co.