ARTICLES TO HELP FANS BETTER UNDERSTAND THE IMMERSIVE LANDSCAPE
Immersive theater vs immersive horror, full contact vs aggressive contact, participatory vs interactive, site-specific vs site evocative–this genre can be very confusing to newcomers. I have even found myself asking why people do extreme haunts? But luckily for you, Haunting provides articles devoted to just these topics. This page keeps them all in one convenient place for you. These should be required reading for anyone trying to get a better grasp on the haunted house, immersive theater, and experiential genres.
There should be little to no spoilers in these articles as they aren’t meant to review or recollect a show–but rather provide examples, lessons learned, and tips to improve a creator’s future endeavors. If you’re looking for pages with Haunting articles focused directly on creator resources or ways to engage with the immersive horror community, click their respective name.
- Audience Articles
- Creator Assistance
- Essential Articles
- Immersive Theater
- OA Experiential
- Quietus Horror
- STAG: An Immersive Horror Experiment
- Third Rail Projects
- To The Community
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