Tag Archives: immersive theater

Blackout Redefines Extreme Haunted Houses

Warning: Today’s article will discuss adult situations that simply reading about them may make some folks uncomfortable. If you are easily offended, please enjoy this video of a cat dancing to Gangnam Style. For those of you with an open mind, carry on. After you’ve been through enough haunted houses in your life, they become […]

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Delusion Turns A Haunted House Into Haunted Theater

Fans of haunted houses or mazes know the drill when going through their favorite haunt. You line up for usually over an hour and then walk through the maze in sort of a conga line with your friends and whoever else happens to be around you. If you are a fan of detail, you can […]

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Then She Fell Gives Alice In Wonderland An Adult Twist

TPU falls down the rabbit hole to explore Then She Fell, a unique immersive theater version of Alice In Wonderland, for only 15 people per show!

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Diving Deeper Into Sleep No More

Take an in depth look at Sleep No More, an immersive play in New York City that features masks, playing cards and full frontal nudity!

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An Introduction Into The World of Sleep No More

No matter what kind of immersive entertainment you have experienced in the world, there is nothing like Sleep No More. TPU gives an introduction into one of the most amazing theatrical experiences ever created.

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Live IN Theater Brings Murder Mystery To New York City Streets

Live IN Theater takes a traditional murder mystery show and reinvents it. Held on the streets of the Lower East Side of Manhattan, bringing cases to life.

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