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The Halogen Company announces YULE
December 6th, 8pm to Midnight at 2234 Temple St, Los Angeles CA
The Halogen Company, is proud to invite the Los Angeles immersive theater community to a celebration! The company that brought you One Exit, the sold out summer immersive experience, is holding a winter extravaganza, YULE, at 2234 Temple St, Los Angeles, CA.
Be transported to a winter forest, filled with mischief and surprises. Help us exalt our fellow immersive companies as we shed light on everyone’s accomplishments from this past year. Dance the year away in our Huntsmen’s Forest. Winter creatures will entertain you as you enjoy holiday punch and tasty treats. Tread carefully, the Wild Hunt is known to crash the party.
Featuring performances from Koryn Ann Wicks and Demi Jolato, tarot readings from Keight Lane, caricature portraits with Stephanie Delazeri, holiday DJ Olivia Paulson, and a VIP immersive performance by James Cowan.
In our Nice Room, find your renewal and create something for others. Bringing you inner peace, this room is dedicated to bringing cheer to those less fortunate. Craft a card or special note for a child in need while playing in our snow-covered wonderland.
The Naughty Lounge is not for everyone. Those unfortunate enough to purchase this ticket will get to meet the Demon of Yule himself. This immersive experience will leave you feeling all kinds of wrong.
YULE is a festive affair. We encourage our patrons to dress up in their finest woodland garb! This party is wheelchair accessible. Yule will run 8pm-12am on December 6th.
Event Concept + Creative Director by Julia Henning
Event Coordination by Stefani Lah + P.A.C. Events
Asst. Event Concept + Coordination by Julia Farrell Diefenbach Technical Design by Ryan Dohner
Original artwork by Nick Fisher
PLUG IN INITIATIVE: CARDS FOR HOSPITALIZED KIDS
The Halogen Company invites you to make a card for a child in need this holiday season. While attending YULE y ou will have the opportunity to make a card for Cards for Hospitalized Kids.
Cards for Hospitalized Kids (CFHK) is an internationally recognized charitable organization that spreads hope, joy & magic to hospitalized kids across America through uplifting, handmade cards. We hope you will get involved and help us brighten the days of as many hospitalized kids as possible. If you cannot join in our festivities on December 7th, we encourage you to send your own! Go to http://www.cardsforhospitalizedkids.com/ for more info.
The Halogen Company will also be hosting a raffle, featuring merchandise from other immersive companies, show tickets and oodles of other goodies you will want to stuff your stockings with. All proceeds will be donated to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. Again if you cannot join us on December 6th, please donate at https://www.chla.org/.
HALOGEN COMPANY’S MISSION
The Halogen Company (thehalogencompany.com) is a Los Angeles based theatre production company committed to the interactive and immersive theater experience. Winners of the Los Angeles’ 2019 Immersive Invitational Audience Award, our previous works include ONE EXIT, our 2019 summer sold out immersive experience, based off Sartre’s No Exit and Dante’s Inferno; Almost, Maine, our sold out interactive rendition of John Cariani’s classic play; Sit Down and Shut Up: A One Woman Immersive Experience discussing female treatment in the workplace in varying professional settings.
We thrive on creating and honoring live theater, merging artists, interacting with a multitude of inventive outlets and offering resources and tools for actors who crave the creative hustle. The Halogen Company revels in stories that mine the often forgotten moments of our lives to celebrate the philosophical and existential gems underneath. We tilt the scale between original and classic pieces intended for audience interaction and full immersion. The actors vary, the stories differ, the locations change…but we are always sure to bump the lamp.
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Thank you to Six Flags for inviting me to media night to experience this year’s event!
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