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Episode 196: Tribeca immersive Triptych

The No Proscenium Podcast

Release Date: 05/03/2019

Episode 226: Crimson Cabaret show art Episode 226: Crimson Cabaret

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Director Lola Kelly joins us to talk about her new work with The Unmarked Door -- 'Crimson Cabaret' -- which invites guests into a den of spies at the height of the cold war. With original songs by The Unmarked Door founder Rolfe Kent, and puzzles woven into the show by MOON/SHINE Experiential, the cabaret is an unexpected holiday treat for Los Angeles.

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Episode 225: 'Jumanji: Reverse the Curse' w/ Curtis Hickman & Jake Zim show art Episode 225: 'Jumanji: Reverse the Curse' w/ Curtis Hickman & Jake Zim

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We've wanted to get Curtis Hickman, co-founder and chief creative officer of The VOID, on the podcast forever. This time out we finally get him, and we get Jake Zim -- Senior Vice President, Virtual Reality at Sony Pictures -- as part of a twofer. We talk about Sony and The Void's longstanding collaboration, the latest example of which is 'Jumanji: Reverse The Curse,' which is the most fun I've had at The VOID yet.

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Episode 224: ILMxLAB on Vader Immortal Ep. III show art Episode 224: ILMxLAB on Vader Immortal Ep. III

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How did we get so lucky?

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Episode 223: Sam Dubois of The Avenue Adventure show art Episode 223: Sam Dubois of The Avenue Adventure

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This week on the show we travel up to CalArts and talk with Sam Dubois, the creator of Albany CA's The Avenue Adventure. Sam, now a sophomore at the University, got his start by creating the Albany Haunt when he was 12-years-old. He then ran it for five years.

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Episode 222: Safehouse '82 with Nick Rheinwald-Jones & Katelyn Schiller show art Episode 222: Safehouse '82 with Nick Rheinwald-Jones & Katelyn Schiller

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Nick Rheinwald-Jones & Katelyn Schiller are the co-writers of 'Safehouse '82,' a spy thriller that follows up on Rheinwald-Jones' 'Safehouse '77' which featured the two as actors.

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Episode 221: Bernie Su, co-creator of 'Artificial' show art Episode 221: Bernie Su, co-creator of 'Artificial'

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Bernie Su is the multiple Emmy winning showrunner, co-creator, and executive producer of 'Artificial,' the first scripted narrative series on Twitch which also won Twitch its first Emmy.

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Episode 220: The G8B4's keight leighn & Elisabeth Stranathan show art Episode 220: The G8B4's keight leighn & Elisabeth Stranathan

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As individual performers keight leighn ('bedrumplai,' snow fridge) and Elisabeth Stranathan ('blackout,' 'bedrumplaii')have an otherworldly intensity to them, as if they existed both in our reality and in a metareality just two steps to the left of our own.

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Episode 219: Alex Demers show art Episode 219: Alex Demers

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Actor Alex Demers (The Johnny Cycle: The Living, The Blue Blade) joins us to talk about the craft of acting in immersive and his own journey into the immersive field.

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Bonus Episode: Bonus Episode: "Avengers: Damage Control"

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Dave Bushore of Marvel Studios and Ian Bowie & Michael Koperwas of ILMxLAB join us to talk about 'Avengers: Damage Control' the all-new collaboration between their companies and The VOID.

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Episode 218: Julia Henning of The Halogen Company show art Episode 218: Julia Henning of The Halogen Company

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Julia Henning, founder of The Halogen Company, is a familiar presence on the LA immersive scene. As an actor, she's performed with Just Fix It Productions (Haus of Creep), The Speakeasy Society (Johnny III), and in Darren Lynn Bousman's Lust Experience and Theatre Macabre.

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NoPro Executive Editor Kathryn Yu speaks to creators at the Tribeca Film Festival, exploring three different pieces currently showcasing at the Virtual Arcade through May 4.

She sits down with Kevin Cornish of Moth + Flame to talk about 2nd Civil War, where participants have the power to change the narrative of the VR film using a voice interface; they also go through an immersive theatre one-on-one with a performer before and after the VR experience. (Note: this interview took place in a busy cafe area.)

She also talks to Brandon Padveen, Associate Producer at MWM Immersive, about War Remains on the rooftop of Spring Studios; he discusses working with Dan Carlin of Hardcore History to create this “immersive memory” and designing the free-roaming VR experience, which includes a large set, realistic props, wind effects, rumbling floors, and more. (Read her War Remains review.)

Then she chats with immersive creator and director of the Columbia University Digital Storytelling Lab Lance Weiler to talk about his latest project, Where There’s Smoke. The work is an immersive experience for four people exploring Lance’s relationship with his father (a former volunteer firefighter and hobbyist fire photographer), his father’s battle with cancer, and two mysterious fires that happened during Lance’s childhood. He describes the project as a non-linear documentary, an immersive theatre piece without performers, and an escape room without any escape. (Read her Where There’s Smoke review.)