I Know What You Did Last Summer The Unauthorized Musical Nostalgically Hooks its Audience

Unauthorized musical versions of popular films are gaining traction in Los Angeles. From Clueless at Rockwell Table & Stage to Psycho at El Cid, more and more are popping up around the city. Just finishing up its run is I Know What You Did Last Summer: The Unauthorized Musical at El Cid. Adapted by Jordan […]

Los Angeles Halloween Season 2018 Haunt Guide

Los Angeles' Haunt community is growing larger every year. We have become known as one of the world's best Halloween destinations due to the impressive array of events popping up left and right.  To help you make the most out of your haunt season, we have put together a Halloween Haunt Guide. Below you will [...]

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 [...]

“Blowfish” Presents a Horrifying Morning After

In Blowfish, roommates Patrick and Brian find themselves in a paralyzing conundrum when, the morning after a night of getting black-out drunk, they find the body of a dead girl stuffed in their fridge. The piece unfolds in real time, giving the audience a gut-wrenching sense of what Patrick and Brian experience as possible murderers: […]

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 […]

School of Night’s The Final Girl Brings 80’s Horror to the Stage

Every October, old slasher movies and creature features of days gone by are brought back to prominence, as classics like Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street become essential viewing on moonlit Saturday nights. The dread of what’s lurking around the corner, the ominous knowledge that any carnal activity will surely be punished, […]

Force of Nature’s Fallen Saints Breathes Life into Dia de los Muertos

On a chilly October night, ersatz mourners are ushered into a tiny space, carrying offerings for the deceased on Dia de los Muertos. After a short prologue from a mysterious host, the recently departed spring to life, telling a tale of revenge and jealousy, of unrequited love and the madness it can instill. Most importantly, they tell […]

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