Fallen Stars at the Charity Sale

immersive theatre · some company · Ages 16+ · world premiere · Norway

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May 28, 2017


HOLLYWOOD, MAY 28, 2017— Part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival, Fallen Stars at the Charity Sale is the world premiere of an interactive improvisational play about sentient objects languishing at a charity sale hoping to be bought by you, the audience.

An ensemble cast portrays items with hopes, dreams, fears, and many stories to tell about their previous owners. But at any time, audience members can choose to step on stage and purchase one of these objects using fake money we provide. The object goes home with the buyer (literally, it’s yours now), the actor goes backstage, and the remaining objects react accordingly.

To keep the supply of characters up, audience members can donate an object to the show and take $5 off the ticket price (online sales only). Return to a subsequent show and see how your item is portrayed, and maybe even buy your object back.

Fallen Stars at the Charity Sale adapts the Norwegian larp (live action role play) Fallen Stars, created by Martin Nielsen


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