What is the experience like?

Though it is nearly impossible to explain without showing it to you, we will say that all of our productions include a gallery exhibition, live music, theatrical performance, and a gourmet meal.

 How long does it last?

Every show is a unique and special little snowflake, so there's not an easy answer here.  In general, though, our performances come in under the two-hour mark and we're almost always set up so that there are occasions throughout the evening to move around, socialize, find a bathroom, or accomplish some similar task.

So I get dinner, too?

Of course!  Dinner is included in your ticket price. We operate a prix fixe kitchen.  All of our menus are designed to be part of the immersive experience and our food is made from scratch by some of the most talented chefs in the city.  We are able to accommodate some (but not all) dietary restrictions, so tell us about your weird food thing and we'll tell you if we can feed you, too!

Why haven't I heard of this before?

Quite simply because we're the first "one of these" on the planet.  Seriously.

Hard to believe, right?  Lots of people have objected to our claim of firstness, but so far no one has been able to introduce us to anyone else doing this.  We'd love to meet them if you have somebody in mind.  Ryan spent two full years looking for someone who had tackled co-creation first before launching our company.  He invented this place because he didn't find any direct predecessors.

What should I wear?

We always tell people if you would be comfortable wearing it to any other gallery, you'll be comfortable wearing it here.  Also, for our themed events, we encourage folks to show up in costume if they're feeling bold.  Our friends and sponsors at Fairytail Costumes inside Crossroads Mall would be glad to help!

Where should I park?

Street parking is where it's at around here.  There is usually space along Vinton Street or on the east side of our location along 18th Street.  If you just can't find a spot and you're tired of looking, our friends at Supermercado Nuestra Familia (1826 Vinton Street) allow overflow parking for our guests in the southeast corner of their lot.

What if I can't make it?

We understand that life happens but, like many of our peer organizations, ticket purchases are not refundable.  They ARE transferable, though, so if something has come up but you've got friends that want to see the show they are more than welcome to check into your seats on the evening of the performance.  If you find yourself in a tough spot and you have any uncertainty about how to problem solve, feel free to give us a call!