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The Theatrical Affect of Haunted Houses

In the past several months, I have done two immersive theatre performances. Not ‘done’ as a performer-creator-producer, mind you. And yet saying I ‘went’ to the performance or I ‘saw’ the performance doesn’t do justice to my role as audience. 661 more words

On the Mayan Visual Storytelling Trail

February, 2015.

Chapultepec, Mexico City
Stage of altitude sickness: early symptoms

I am feeling a little shaky from the double expresso I just drank to rid myself of the unusual feelings of lethargy hanging over me. 1,698 more words

Manual Labor

I saw the craziest show last night. Well, “saw” is not quite the right word. When I first arrived to the venue I was dressed in a large, bright yellow construction worker’s vest with reflective stripes. 125 more words


Immerse yourself!

Imagine walking into a beautiful bathroom, disrobing and letting the silk pool at your feet. Strutting over to the grand bath tub, your hand sways the litter of floating rose petals and your nose sniffs the candle’s scent of black raspberry and vanilla (from… 798 more words

Never Ending Night, The Vaults

“Immersive” is a trendy term that’s rather overused in theatre at the moment. But what is it, exactly? The same can be said for “site-specific” and “interactive” theatre. 786 more words

Fringe Theatre


Why do I love Punchdrunk and what do I get out of their shows? I’ve been asked about this several times so I thought I’d try and answer once and for all. 798 more words


Service Diary: Absent

Experience: Absent, an immersive ‘theatre’ experience
When: Tuesday 25th August
Context: Visiting an immersive theatre experience with my partner

I booked this trip many months ago for my partner and I, as I’m a huge fan of immersive theatre experiences and I wanted to share that with him. 573 more words

Service Design