Costumes

This topic contains 24 replies, has 23 voices, and was last updated by  Briana 1 month, 1 week ago.

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  • #19432
     Kortney 
    Participant

    @nothenrygale you’ll have to wait until I do @111error ‘s (mother fucker) card. (you bitch)

    #19433
     Chris 
    Participant

    If there are wounds, time will heal them, because that’s what time does. The most worthwhile experiences are the ones you share. In twenty years all that will matter is that we’ve been given the greatest gift: being able to say we were there when the world changed. Thank you, as always, for your creativity and generosity.

    #19434
     Maranda 
    Participant

    I’m still processing the events from this weekend, but I wanted to thank @the-creators for everything they do. Lots of it has never been done before, and it’s for your innovative storytelling that I’m here. As with @blondie, in participating from far away, and I hold out hope that our contributions will help wind the clock even though we can’t be there in person.

    #19435
     Cara 
    Participant

    @the-creators Thrilling! I look forward to what comes next.

    #19441
     Michael Rizzo 
    Participant

    Dig this a lot @the-creators

    #19443
     Megan 
    Participant

    /me looks to her right

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    /me looks to her left

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    Cool.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by  Megan.
    #19445
     Taylor Winters 
    Participant

    In immersive experiences, there is a very fine line that must be walked in order to push participants to the point of making them grow, test friendships to the point of being strengthened, and build a community without tearing it apart. This is a brand new art form, a new frontier, that we are all journeying on together. We all will make mistakes–players, communities, and creators alike–but we must learn from them and move forward, stronger.

    @the-creators, you have pioneered this medium and elevated it to a level that others could only dream of. I will follow you, and continue to follow you. Please continue to innovate, try new things, fail, and succeed. I will be there to support you through all of that.

    #19446
     Megan 
    Participant

    @taysavestheday you know that only a fraction of immersive theatre is about “pushing participants,” right? By FAR the best immersive theatre I’ve seen is Third Rail Project’s “Learning Curve,” which had nothing to do with pushing participants at all, and was just a beautiful and well-crafted piece of incredibly moving art. I was in tears through most of it – not something I can say for any other piece of immersive theatre.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by  Megan.
    #19448
     Taylor Winters 
    Participant

    Hi @coryphella, you make a good point. I should have been more specific. I wish I could have seen Learning Curve–I heard wonderful things. Some of my favorites have pushed me, made me a better person, made me stronger, or made me realize something new about myself. But others made me feel something strongly without pushing me. Thanks for always keeping me on my toes!

    #19458
     Briana 
    Participant

    devastation.

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