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Fire & Light

immersive theatre · firelight collective · Ages 18+ · United States of America

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CRISTEN BRINKERHOFF certified reviewer June 05, 2017
tagged as: Love · loss · immersive · immersive theatre · location
I found myself so affected, particularly by "Light," that I needed time to decompress afterwards. Feury and Keyes have collected a talented company that conveys deep human emotion often without speaking. I'd highly recommend this experience.... full review
RUSSELL EATON June 16, 2017
tagged as: immersive · drama · intimate theater
“Fire” is set at a Christmas party where two couples reveal the birth, progression, and possible death of multiple relationships. At times funny, at times sad, the beauty here is the cast. This is ensemble work at its finest. For the second portion, “Light”, the level of intimacy on display is breathtaking. Every simple head tilt or hand gesture reveals years of love, pain, loyalty, and betrayal. This is some of the most subtle work in immersive theater you may ever witness.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 20, 2017
To put it as simply as possible - it was beautiful. As in really full of beauty and truth. Simple, yet incredibly deep. It's nearly impossible for me to describe the feelings I had. I was blown away and saw it twice. ... full review
TAYLOR WINTERS June 10, 2017
“Does it ever strike you that life is just memory?” As immersive theatre and its intoxicating brand of participatory performance art continues to grow in popularity (for the first time in the festival’s history the Hollywood Fringe has presented ‘Immersive’ as its own show category), audiences are being treated to a bevy of unique experiences from creators looking to immerse their patrons in something different. Fire & Light, Stephanie Feury Studio’s Fringe-friendly bifurcation of their acclaimed Firelight, invites us to be immersed in something both surprisingly personal and bracingly new: the warm, complicated emotion of memory. The two pieces, when taken together, present something so generously intimate, so unabashedly po... full review
BRIAN KNUDSON certified reviewer June 08, 2017
tagged as: teasing · philosophical · spiritual · fun · interactive
A fun, immersive ride leading me on a journey that ultimately ends with a philosophical inquiry around life's purpose. The show was both titillating and thought-provoking. Quite original!... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer June 12, 2017
An entirely immersive experience from start to finish, "Fire" transcends any expectations I had going in, while "Light" lives up to my expectations. Taken together in succession, it's a beautiful, immersive experience that leaves thought-provoking questions unanswered.... full review
ROWAN TAFLER certified reviewer June 14, 2017
Comfortably the best thing I've seen at the fringe. ... full review
ITE LAIRD certified reviewer June 14, 2017
Super fun, I will be back!... full review
PATRICK CHAVIS la theatre bites - podcast June 13, 2017
8.6 out of 10 - A Great Show. Click the link below for more info. full review
DEVIN REEVE certified reviewer June 15, 2017
well written, great characters, great direction. 10 out of 10 stars... full review

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