Beasts from the Sea: An Interview with Zombie Joe

Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater has been on an absolute tear in recent months, with successive performances of Blood Alley, the immersive Father’s Day show Dad, and the seemingly oxymoronic Urban Death for Kidz. Continuing their breakneck pace, Zombie and Co. announced Beasts of the Sea, another thrilling project from the minds behind DarkDark-RideRide which will […]

Fringe 2019 – Cirque du Giselle Spreads its Wings

A woman dressed in a tattered white gown dances with her prince, suspended from a single trapeze, as the shadows of skeletal trees play across their bodies. Grace and power combine in a passionate pas de deux, rousing the audience to cheers.     At 2019’s Hollywood Fringe Festival, Aeriform Arts gave us a cirque […]

CoAct Productions Goes Dark with Severance Theory – An Interview

After the success of their fantastically transportive The Sideshow, audiences were wondering what CoAct Productions would come up with next. Turns out, CoAct has taken a drastic turn from the whimsical Sideshow to dive into the tricky subject matter of mental illness with their four-part series, The Severance Theory. With the first chapter, Welcome to […]

One Exit – The Halogen Company’s Intricately-Crafted Version of the Afterlife

I stand in the dimly lit church, surrounded by my newly deceased companions. The altar glows a foreboding red, and an unseen chorus sings “Amazing Grace.” Robed figures sit in the pews, turned from us. Then slowly, ever so slowly, they turn in unison to face us. The figures are otherworldly, their faces skeletal, neon […]

Fringe 2019 – They Played Productions’ Internal Speaks from Within

I’ve never given much thought to what the voice inside my head sounds like.  I’d always assumed it sounds just like my speaking voice, but I’ve never really thought about it. That is, until I’m tucking a pair of headphones into my ears on a busy street in Hollywood, California, and a man is asking […]

Fringe 2019 – Life Plan – Live Your Possible Future in a Meh Way

In the year 2068, the world as we know it is gone. Civil War II and climate change have left most of the world uninhabitable. Most of the population is forced to live in underground bunkers for the majority of the year, or in sewers. That’s where Life Plan comes in.     Created by […]

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