• Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    The 10 best Pittsburgh theater experiences of 2017

    The biggest of Bricolage’s go-big-or-go-home immersive projects was a mysterious, eerie and even a bit spiritual trip through the innards of the city’s largest venue, the Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History.

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  • Maureen Rolla, Center for the Future of Museums

    Exploring the Sixth Extinction through Immersive Theater

    From the beginning, both parties were intent on challenging traditional rules of engagement, but doing so—especially in 17-acres of historic buildings filled with priceless artifacts—required an enormous amount of trust and cooperation.

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  • Sharon Eberson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Take a trippy trip into a world of imagination in immersive 'DODO'

    At some point in “DODO,” I felt like I was floating. Or was it a waking dream?

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  • Michelle Pilecki, Pittsburgh City Paper

    An immersive work asks existentialist questions and leaves play-goers to seek answers

    In a journey encompassing pre-history and organisms large and small, light and art, sound and fury, Dodo asks existentialist questions and leaves play-goers to seek answers. And it’s fun, on the good side of weird.

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  • Pittsburgh Today Live

    'DODO - The Time Has Come' Debuts At Carnegie Museums

    Indiana Jones meets Kennywood

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  • Bill O'Driscoll, Pittsburgh City Paper

    Bricolage and the Carnegie Museums team up for DODO

    For the unprecedently ambitious DODO, Bricolage takes over the Carnegie Museums of art and natural history, including not only familiar gallery spaces but also hidden chambers seldom if ever accessible to the public.

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  • Meredith Rigsby, Pittsburgh in the Round

    Bricolage Presents Its Latest Immersive Experience: DODO

    The immersive production will examine humanity’s impact on the world and will draw connections between art, science, and society. The adventure will also explore the relationship between humans and the museum, to the physical building and its history and to the artifacts and artworks inside it.

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  • Wendy Arons, Pittsburgh Tatler

    "DODO" at Bricolage Production Company

    You might discover yourself reflecting on what you, personally, will leave behind. You will almost certainly be caught up in childlike wonder and delight at the opportunity to explore the suddenly mysterious museum space after dark.

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  • Deanna Garcia, WESA

    Bricolage To Use First NEA Grant To Take Patrons 'Underground' At Carnegie Museums

    An immersive theater production will take visitors to places normally off-limits at the Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History.

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  • Jennifer Baron, NEXTpittsburgh

    Be immersed in Bricolage’s world-premiere theater experience, DODO

    Experience a one-of-a-kind night inside one of Pittsburgh’s top cultural destinations as you wander throughout the museum’s world-renowned galleries and collections areas and step into unexpected behind-the-scenes spaces never before opened to the public.

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  • Jesseca Muslin, Pittsburgh Magazine

    Top Ten Things to Do in Pittsburgh in November

    Bricolage and the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh are partnering to create a world-premiere immersive theater production. DODO explores the intersection of science, art and human history with a nod to the extinct bird.

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  • Christopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Today Live

    What's On Stage? Oct. 26, 2017

    It's a wonderful experience. I want to go back again, so I can take another pathway.

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  • Alex Knell, No Proscenium

    'DODO' Is A Dream: Bricolage Breathes New Life Into Carnegie Museums [Full review contains spoilers.]

    Gentle yet thrilling, troubling and wondrous, DODO in execution builds on what its nationally renowned team learned from their oft-extolled prior experiences Strata and OjO, while claiming a message of “self preservation” all its own.

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  • Bill O'Driscoll, Pittsburgh City Paper

    Immersive-theater show "DODO" wraps this week at the Carnegie

    DODO, the latest immersive-theater production from Bricolage Productions, is up for four more evenings this week, but is completely sold out. I experienced it myself last week, and that level of popularity is easy to understand.

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  • Sharon Eberson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Get into deep 'DODO'

    In the basement below their storefront theater in the Pittsburgh Cultural District, the team at Bricolage Productions has been thinking big. Make that biggest yet.

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  • Visit Pittsburgh

    Immersive Theater in Pittsburgh

    Soon after beginning my DODO journey, I realized that no one here knew me. I could be whoever I wanted during these 90 minutes. This level of disconnection from my perception of myself allowed me to more fully “get into the action” and become a performer myself.

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  • Mara E. Nadolski, PGH in the Round

    Fall Preview 2017

    Let's start off with our Top 5 productions we're looking forward to this fall... #2: Dodo – Bricolage Production Company

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