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One Last Thing Before You Go

some company · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer July 14, 2018
A swift and effective immersion into the underworld and back. ... full review
DEIRDRE BUTCHKO certified reviewer June 26, 2018
Magical.... full review
GREGORY MARCONI certified reviewer June 24, 2018
tagged as: Fun show!
Neat! Mysterious too.... full review
ASHLEY STEED certified reviewer June 18, 2018
A deceptively simple concept that is wonderfully and effectively executed. I felt transported and wanted the experience to be longer.... full review
ERIN DEAN certified reviewer June 08, 2018
tagged as: interactive · immersive · Playful
FANTASTIC! This is what I hope for in immersive shows--a show where my presence is meaningful and impacts the experience. Without spoiling anything, I thought the concept was clever in design, elegant in its simplicity and beautiful in execution.... full review
TIM BEEDLE certified reviewer June 09, 2018
This was a fun surprise! Not exactly what I expected, but a uniquely empowering experience that's also creepy in the best way. The less you know the better, so I won't say much more, but I'd love to see the creators expand on this. It could be the perfect show for Halloween.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2018
tagged as: immersive · interactive
A wry, emotional, thought-provoking interactive little ditty that hit me right in the feelings. It left me wanting to go back again and do things differently, just to see what might happen.... full review
CRISTEN BRINKERHOFF certified reviewer June 18, 2018
"Congratulations, you're dead." It’s probably not the way you expect a theatre show to begin, but this is the Hollywood Fringe Festival, after all–and this is Aaron Vanek and Kirsten Hageleit’s One Last Thing Before You Go, so it’s not particularly surprising. Vanek and Hageleit's brief but intriguing twenty-odd minute solo immersive piece is a fantastic opening to what deserves to be a longer show. It’s the beginning of a strong foundation to a piece that hopefully will be expanded and remounted in the coming months; Vanek expertly uses his extensive live action role playing background to craft a multi-option experience that immersive theatre veterans will be pleased to experience, and newcomers to the genre will likely find very accessi... full review
RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer June 15, 2018
tagged as: immersive · interactive · spooky · creative
This is a highly immersive, highly interactive short piece centering on loss and grief and the search for hope while dealing with both. Aaaaannnndd… that’s about all I can say without spoiling everything. The piece is very short, running only 15 to 20 minutes. I found this fascinating and a clever use of the audience. Totally engaging and a blast to go through.... full review
LACEY RAE PAWLOWICZ certified reviewer June 11, 2018
Creators Aaron Vanek and Kirsten Hageleit have produced a quiet and thoughtful piece that, like most of life, lasts but a moment.... full review
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