Interactive and Immersive Theater

Episode 69 · March 18th, 2014 · 1 hr 16 secs

About this Episode

Ayne Terceira has worked with ScareHouse for two years as the very first actor in The Basement at ScareHouse and has now developed her own immersive theater and art piece titled “Her Things: An Interactive Estate Sale.” We talk to her and the show’s technical director Aaron Tarnow about the project, and about the mysterious “ScareHouse Secrets.”  Be sure to subscribe and thanks for your support!

More about Her Things: An Interactive Estate Sale
Modern Formations Gallery
March 26-29, 2014
Her Things is an immersive theater and art piece — a live video game, really. Participants will be invited to rifle through the objects and papers of "Poor Willa," a recently deceased turn-of-the-century recluse, to discover her story and more about her fate. Participants will be allowed to fully explore the space, touch and read artifacts in search of clues, interact with actors, as well as bid on certain objects by sharing their own memories as currency.
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