Delusion: The Blue Blade, Alt Delete is an amazing interactive play with some incredible moments that will stick with me.
I’ve always been a fan of Delusion, but honestly I was a bit apprehensive about attending a show that was so short. I wasn’t sure if it was really worth the journey and the cost.
It’s an incredible performance with a small cast in a unique location, The Dragon & Meeple pub. It continues the same story so if you attended Blue Blade you will be familiar with the story and Evelyn Lowell, however if you didn’t you will still enjoy it. They are only open for a few more weekends, so I highly recommend getting your tickets soon so you don’t miss this unique experience. You can also hang out after and enjoy board games, dinner and drinks.
Walking into a Hoarder’s house hits a little close to home when it comes to biggest nightmares, so just the theme alone had me a bit frightened going in. I haven’t seen actors all season quite as passionate and determined to give it their all as this crew, not to mention it seemed like a never ending amount of them. The set design was well done and I loved the theme. They told a complete story of Willie Cleaver and Ciela Fate, which was wonderful. However, I have to admit it was really the actors that made this attraction one of the most memorable and fun. They were relentless which was incredible.
Terror in Train Town is a fun Halloween event by the Bloodshed Brothers at the Southern California Railway Museum in Perris California. Unfortunately I was running late and they were about to close for the evening when I arrived so I was only able to see the two walk through haunts. It appeared as though there was a few carnival style games and a ride on their midway that I missed.
The Darkness was dark and disorientating, as it should be. The Hyde Street Haunt was not especially long, but full of fun scares. I was impressed by the decor, it had a truly creepy vibe. This haunt reminded me of my childhood and the type of haunted houses that would have terrified me in my youth. It’s not a big budget event like Knott’s or Halloween Horror Nights, but rather a fun and frightening event filled with heart and passion for creating screams and laughter in the audience. I had a lot of fun and look forward to seeing what they do next year!
The Séance is a unique opportunity to experience the realm beyond through an impressive interactive theatrical performance. Cross Roads has always been a top escape room company designing puzzling games with strong storytelling throughout. They have used their expertise in storytelling and design to create something new…not an escape room or a play, but a bit of both. The script, set, lighting, sound, props and actors are all high quality allowing for a top notch professional experience. I strongly recommend getting tickets before they sell out.
Thank you again to Cross Roads for inviting us to the preview of The Séance.