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Dead Air

immersive theatre · h&h design experience · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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June 14, 2017 the chamberpot
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What I liked

I really liked the apocalyptic themes in this production. I’m a fan of sci-fi, scary disease wipes out human race type of stuff so this content was up my alley!

What I didn't like

I didn’t like that the show was billed as “immersive theatre” when it was an ensemble theatre piece. Furthermore, the play really wanted to be a one man show.

My overall impression

My overall impression is that the piece is in the very early stages of the development process. It has an interesting idea but needs to go through a solid development process to become dramaturgically sound and fleshed out.

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