Dead Air

immersive theatre · h&h design experience · Ages 16+ · United States of America

world premiere
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RACHEL WILK certified reviewer June 09, 2017
The overall execution of the show from the lighting, sound effects, videos, and set design to the costuming, and acting really brought the play to life. I encourage you to go see this production, you won't see another quite like it!... full review
TANYA HERNANDEZ certified reviewer June 11, 2017
Amazing had me thinking a lot! Overall it was a great show my boyfriend and I loved it. I would recommend anyone to come see this show.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2017
I loved the story and the message that the play captured. The cast was amazing and their acting was very natural. I liked how the play started with the main character collecting air as the audience is seating themselves, giving the audience an idea of the storyline of the play.... full review
TAYLOR WINTERS certified reviewer June 26, 2017
Maybe somewhere, it had originally meant to be an immersive experience, but this final product was not. If this project moves forward, maybe the end goal will be an adventure the audience can interact with, a journey they can influence. There are plenty of questions to ask like: Will the audience solve the problem? Can the problem be solved? Should it? Who lives here now? What is this new post-apocalyptic world? However, through all the noise and the death, Jonathan Nation shines as Stanley; fully committing to his role. Wholeheartedly, Nation takes this character’s emotional plight and shares it with the audience. As Stanley continues to collect air, Nation’s unkempt face pleads with the sightless force, “It’s going to happen.” No one to... full review
CAITLIN HART the chamberpot certified reviewer June 14, 2017
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. ... full review