What’s in a Name – How Immersive Theater & Horror Companies Were Named

Names are powerful.  They are our doorway to a company. They are a handshake, a first impression. They connect us to their brand, informing us of what we should expect. They have the power to build a long-lasting relationship or turn away a potential customer. But often times more important than the name itself is [...]

Rogue Artists Ensemble – Dancing With Memories at Señor Plummer’s Final Fiesta (With Video)

Below is a non-spoiler review of Rogue Artists Ensemble's Señor Plummer's Final Fiesta.   What would we be without our memories? Those moments, stored in our minds, have so much power over who we become as people. They can remind us of those we’ve met through the years, the laughter shared, and sometimes even the [...]

ScareLA 2018 – Interview with Chelsea Sutton of Rogue Artists Ensemble

Below is an interview with Chelsea Sutton, playwright at Rogue Artists Ensemble, that occurred at ScareLA 2018. Special thanks to Kevin Hsu for filming, Taylor Winters for interviewing, and to Jon Kobryn for editing.   The creative minds of Rogue Artists Ensemble, a collective of multi-disciplinary artists, are behind some of the most extraordinary theater [...]

ScareLA 2018 – Suspense to Screams – Unique Voices in Immersive Horror Panel Video

Below is the full panel, Suspense to Screams - Four Unique Voices in Immersive Horror, presented at ScareLA in 2018. Special thanks to Kevin Hsu for filming the panel, and Jon Kobryn for editing it.   From Rogue Artists Ensemble's folklore-based hyper-theater to Heretic's visceral brutality to Alone's surreal and abstract beauty to Santu Production's [...]

Rogue Artist Ensemble – Wood Boy Dog Fish is a Dark Reinterpretation of Pinocchio

Rogue Artist Ensemble’s Wood Boy Dog Fish is swimming with a sense of play, but also a sense of darkness. It begins by inviting guests into the immersive carnival world of Shoreside, where fun and frivolity fill the air.  Popcorn and other nostalgia-inducing fair snacks are for sale, and carnival games abound. Shoreside is equally macabre […]

Kaidan Project – An Interview with Sean Cawelti – “The Noise of our Histories & the Silences that Haunt Us”

Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin “You receive a letter from your childhood friend who is haunted by a mysterious event in your shared past—and she needs your help. When you arrive at her family’s warehouse, you ascend to the fifth and sixth floors in a creaking freight elevator, followed by a voice that calls out […]

Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin Tickets On Sale

Rogue Artists Ensemble in association with East West Players is proud to present the world premiere of Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin, an immersive, site-specific multi-sensory experience inspired by ancient Japanese ghost stories, told through a modern multi-cultural lens. Directed by Rogue’s Artistic Director Sean T. Cawelti and written by Lisa Dring and Chelsea Sutton, [...]
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