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.
I love going to haunts and Halloween themed events all year, but I go a little crazy during haunt season (late September through early November). Here is a list of the events and haunts I attended in 2016 in no particular order.
The Tension Experience
Universal Studios HHN
Fright Fest at Magic Mountain
Knott’s Scary Farm (Skeleton Key)
Motel 6 Feet Under
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride
All Saints Lunatic Asylum
The Haunt with no name
Terror Behind These Walls
Field of Screams
Pennhurst Haunted Asylum
Barrett’s Haunted Mansion
Chambers of Terror
Hysteria Conner’s Farm
Gallows Hill Theatre (performance)
Recently I’ve gotten involved in the immersive theatre and alternate reality game (ARG) communities here in Los Angeles and I couldn’t find a good reference list anywhere, so I’m creating one. Please note some of these experiences are more intense than others.
This list of immersive theatre is in no particular order and should link you directly to each company’s website.
The Lust Experience
Have You Seen Jake ***read my blog post here***
The ABC Project
Shine On Collective