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PART V


SPIRITS TO ENFORCE

PART V


SPIRITS TO ENFORCE

Based on Shakespeare’s The Tempest

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AUGMENTARY MATERIAL

News Articles, Notes & Evidence

Part IV


DEATH MARKED LOVE

Part IV


DEATH MARKED LOVE

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Julien Capulet

Julien Capulet

MOre on their story…

ROma Montague

ROma Montague

BAsed on ROMEO & JULIET

Listen to the Audio Invitation

Choose which family is yours, by blood or by love. See how you may abate the rage of an ancient feud.

Located at Fontenelle Forest's Neale Woods Nature Center.

Featuring music by  Andrew Heringer, Philip Kolbo & Joe Mendick.

PART III


Visions of Shadows

PART III


Visions of Shadows

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Based on A Midsummer Night's Dream

& inspired by Washington Irving’s

The Sketch BOok of Geoffrey Crayon

Five missing people—4 from decades past, 1 recent. The answer hides in a Floating Festival that appears & disappears every year.

Omaha’s Jon Purcell began acting strangely after researching the missing persons’ cases from years & years ago, before he himself vanished.

You are invited to attend this very festival, which only those who want to see will find, while it appears.  Live performing animals, puppets that come to life, and feats of movement happen before your eyes.

All events occur in real time, throughout the fair.  Follow who you will; see what you can as Walk the Night presents Visions of Shadows.

Located at ConAgra Building #1 at 908 ConAgra Dr.

Featuring music by April Faith-Sakler, Azure Ray (Saddle Creek Records), Andrew Heringer (Chop Shops Records).

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and  A Midsummer Night's Dream

PART II


Where Madness Lies

PART II


Where Madness Lies

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Based on King Lear

& Inspired By Robert W. Chambers’

The King in Yellow

Staged in a 100-year old Monastery & Convent, Shakespeare's King Lear  comes to life in yet another uniquely immersive theatrical experience...

In the Present, You, A team of paranormal investigators, search the grounds for spirits inhabiting its halls, encountering the haunting events of Lear's tragic downfall. The investigators soon discover that some ghosts should be left in the past, as the very spirits that plagued Lear seek to drive you all into a realm of madness, from which there is no escape.

Part I


Walk the Night

Part I


Walk the Night

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Based on Hamlet

& Inspired by William Faulkner’s

The Sound & THe Fury

If Hamlet’s  tragedy took place within the span of one night, in the 1930’s South;

if Hamlet were possessed by the ghost of his father that night;

if the spirits of those dead were doomed to walk the night, until their own foul crimes were burnt and purged away--just as Hamlet’s father before them…

In the present day, You have been invited to an annual party.

Horatio, a descendant of the Dane family, is in attendance.  He visits the home of his ancestors at the invitation of its new owners, a mysterious proprietor & spiritual mediums.

Coaxed into their seance, Horatio conjures these ghosts, who relive their haunted story for him--and You.

RECEPTION


RECEPTION


“voyeuristic, engaging, unnerving . . .

…We float from room to room — and sometimes run,  as I did,  up and down the stairs — to follow the screams as one character is killed and then another . . .

I hadn’t ever paid attention to that old Victorian home as I zoomed past . . . Now it haunts me.  I find myself staring at the windows and the porches, searching for Hamlet and the other ghosts. "

The WORLD HERALD

 

"Remarkable…”

“…expertly staged in every nook and cranny, every shadow and every open space... the 14-member cast talks and walks with skills which glow in the dark"

 - The Reader

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"...Striking the perfect balance between complexity and accessibility. . .

Its haunting, non-linear presentation of Shakespeare’s  Hamlet  is inspired by Faulkner’s  The Sound and the Fury   in its play on multiple perspectives, disjoined by time and space while unified by the play’s major events... "

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AUDIENCE REVIEWS

"Unlike anything I've ever seen. . . So compelling and engaging, it felt like an adventure."

"Love it! Amazing, fantastic. . . I hope we have more shows like this come to Omaha."

"We liked it so much we are going back to see it again."

"Amazing! A 3D Experience with theatre."

"One of the most intimate theatre experiences I've ever had."

"Did the impossible; it made me enjoy (Shakespeare). . . I can't remember the last time I enjoyed a show this much. "

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