Bricolage is proud to announce the cover story of the July/August 2013 issue of American Theatre Magazine will highlight last summer’s STRATA project in a feature article about immersive theatre in the United States.
Click here for the full article.
Somewhere between truth and fiction, reality and simulation, STRATA is an immersive urban adventure. Arrive at a secret destination, make contact with your Agent, and embark on a private rite of passage where the choices you make determine your destiny.
Unlike anything you've ever experienced, STRATA challenges the boundaries of traditional theater. Through a series of captivating installations and encounters, you will travel through a meticulously designed space that will awaken your senses and rock your world.
Please note: STRATA is currently sold out through the end of the run. Join our mailing list (entry field above) for more info on upcoming projects!
General Admission: $60
Students/Seniors: $40 with valid ID
Groups of 10: $40 each
STRATA lasts approximately 2 hours. Locations and start times vary.
The STRATA creative team:
Clear Story, Jeffrey Carpenter, Gab Cody (lead writer), Tami Dixon, Riley Harmon, Andrew J. Paul, Nina Sarnelle, and Sam Turich
The STRATA production team:
Dave Bjornson, Alicia DeMara, Katie Keirs, Brendan Kepple, Rob Long, CJ McDermott, Doug McDermott, Chris Michaels, Pete Milo, Corinne Neal, Hannah Nielsen-Jones, Caitlin Roper, Jesse Poole Van Swol, and Angela Vesco
The STRATA cast:
Bevin C. Baker, Alexandra Bodnarchuk, Cassie Brehmer, Kaitlin Dann, Jack Erdie, Cindy Jackson, Courtney Jenkins, Valentina Benrexi Krauss, Dave Malehorn, Barney McKenna, Scotland Newton, Zack Roach, Sean Sears, Leon Sheffey, Eric Starkey, Skyler Sullivan, Ayne Terciera, Kelly Trumbull, Tracey D. Turner, Jillian Vitko, and Sandy Zweir
For information, please visit www.STRATApittsburgh.com
Watch Jeffrey Carpenter and Tami Dixon discuss STRATA on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live!
STRATA is an original Bricolage production, created in collaboration with lead artist Riley Harmon and Clear Story, and in partnership with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.