Remember when Netflix came to town with those “immersive” experiences of Bridgerton and Stranger Things, and everyone was worried local independent theater was over? Well, that didn’t stop Mystic Ventures Collective from creating their own immersive experience– San Francisco style– with their new show, Don’t Follow The Lights. That’s right:
There’s a new generation of queer creatives coming up in San Francisco and they’re going to blow you away. They have a lot to say and they’re not shutting up anytime soon.
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“Clue” opened on March 16th at the San Francisco Playhouse with an interactive twist. Director Susi Damilano enlisted professional puzzle-smith Matthew Stein for theater goers to enjoy before or after the show. It gave guests the chance to go sleuthing through the lobby to both uncover clues and enjoy the
If you’re like me, the Stranger Things and/or Bridgerton “experiences” were heavily advertised to you on social media and probably piqued your curiosity. Co-produced by Netflix and Fever, they have certainly created a ripple in post-pandemic San Francisco, where people are thirsty to get off their couches and actually do
The live theater industry is frozen in suspended animation right now. But there’s one immersive theatrical outdoor experience in SF that adheres strictly to public health protocols, while razzle-dazzling your holiday season with surreal style. Solstice: Illuminate your Wonder (playing now through Dec. 12) at Balboa Terrace’s Gregangelo Museum brings