Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion transforms a historic bank in Manhattan into the unlikely setting of an immersive art experience one visitor called “mesmerizing.”
The only surprise perhaps is that this hasn’t come sooner given the extent to which the Louvre Museum expansively brands itself and its collection around the figure.
The immersive theater piece Rochester, 1996 captures with discomfiting specificity the world that millennials within conservative evangelicalism grew up in.
The Visitation brought an immersive play on 17th-century witchcraft to the Wyckoff House, the oldest home in New York City.
“Ghost Light” by Third Rail Projects uses every dressing room and stairwell of Lincoln Center’s Claire Tow Theater to immerse audiences in the mechanics and magic of the theater.
H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum in Baltimore’s 1814 Peale Museum, the first built museum in the United States, offers visitors a complex narrative of time travel and colonialism.
Here is a new series of immersive theater experiences in New York that will link an evolving web of characters and storylines propelled by loss.
Since 2015, actor and activist Siobhan O’Loughlin has staged “Broken Bone Bathtub” around the world in the intimate space of a private bathroom.
The New York-based Odyssey Works crafts incredibly personal journeys for one person, supported by an engaged community of artists.
Only minutes after walking through a hallway painted like the cabin of an airplane and handing my mock boarding pass to a charming man in a Hawaiian shirt, who greeted me with a lei, I was in a secret room getting a tarot reading.
Empire Travel Agency starts with four strangers waiting for a call at a Lower Manhattan phone booth.
BALTIMORE — An immersive theater experience based on the brooding writing of Edgar Allan Poe is reopening a historic Baltimore house that has been closed for a decade.