An immersive theater experience that involves a hospital ward, the writings of Lewis Carroll, and just 15 audience members per show out in Brooklyn. Ages 21 and over only. More…
'Then She Fell' is a fully immersive, multi-sensory experience in which a small audience explores a dreamscape where every alcove, corner, and corridor has been transformed into a lushly designed world. Inspired by the life and writings of Lewis Carroll, it offers an Alice-like experience for the audience. Audience members can explore the rooms, often by themselves, in order to discover hidden scenes, encounter performers one-on-one, unearth clues that illuminate a shrouded history, use skeleton keys to gain access to guarded secrets, and imbibe elixirs custom designed by one of NYC’s foremost mixologists.
See it if Lewis Carroll masterpiece. Riveting great show. Not for the weak. Good acting. Good story.
Don't see it if you need to stand for two hours, if interacting is not your thing, or faint of heart.
See it if You enjoy immersive theater. This was brilliant in the story construction and of course the staging. You enter a different world entirely.
Don't see it if You prefer proscenium style shows. You don’t like being a part of a show and walking around.
See it if you're willing to go down the rabbit hole with committed actors (as committed patients/characters) in a clever, intimate, interactive play.
Don't see it if you're unwilling/unable to shed your insecurities & inhibitions to enjoy the immersive experience. (There's really nothing to worry about.)
See it if you want to be amazed and delighted. Alice in Wonderland inside out and upside down staged in group and individual scenes so it is personal.
Don't see it if you lack imagination or the willingness to suspend disbelief.
See it if you enjoy intimate and immersive theatre and heavy participation, are interested in new forms of theatre, enjoy shots of alcohol beverages
Don't see it if you don't like direct interaction with actors. If you're shy you might feel awkward and out of your comfort zone.
See it if You enjoy or are willing to try immersive theatre, want to be up close and can extend trust for the evening to a group of committed actors
Don't see it if You want to sit and have a story told to you; dislike audience participation; you are unwilling to let go and trust the experience
See it if You like to move from space to space and uncover the plot as you go. A mini mystery. Like Sleep No More but with dialogue. Enjoyed this more
Don't see it if If you want a traditional theatre experience, or want a linear experience. I think it's the best of this genre that I've seen. More guided.
See it if you are open to experimental and immersive theatre design
Don't see it if you are expecting a linear plot or if you need to be in control of your own path.
See it if Brilliant immersive experience. Extra special if you know both of the Alice books well. The actors are among the finest. Blown away.
Don't see it if You don't like immersive theater or the pricetag of small-audience shows.
See it if like shows like Sleep No more. This is a immersive show, and only 30 people a night can see it. I found parts slow, but still interesting.
Don't see it if you are expecting alice in wonderland. This was a interpretive dance version. Some scenes were better than others. Still recommend seeing.
See it if you just adore immersive theater and can't get enough of it
Don't see it if traipsing around following people who are trying to create a weird experience creeps you out.
See it if If you are up for site specific, interactive "theater",feeling off-balance and open to exploring Wonderland this is the show for you.
Don't see it if This is not a play, there is no plot per se, it is interactive, there are stairs to climb, nothing is explained, everything is strange.
See it if ..You like intimate, interactive experiences that transport to a different place/time - OR if you liked Alice in Wonderland
Don't see it if it makes you uneasy to interact 1:1 with actors in a small room
See it if you like Alice in Wonderland, interactive theater, mysteries, adventure, trying something new!
Don't see it if you don't like being close to interesting strangers, drinking unidentified drinks ("Drink Me") or having tea with Mad Hatters.
See it if Insane asylum where you get to meet & have creepy interactions with red queen, white queen, white rabbit, hatter, 2 Alice's & Lewis Carroll
Don't see it if Key diff from other immersive: 1)You are directed from room to room- no free will like SNM = less FOMO 2)More intimate-only 15 "patients"
See it if You want to play the role of voyeur for 2 hrs being guided through elaborate rooms in an asylum. Lewis Carroll & Alice Liddell's wonderland.
Don't see it if You are easily spooked, claustrophobic, fear of the dark, are a germaphobe, dislike intimacy, or are expecting traditional book characters.
See it if enjoy genuine intimacy with actors - 15ppl/show, at most 5ppl in same room, lots of 1v1 interaction; superb sets&props; a magical atmosphere
Don't see it if created and sustained by the cast; 4-5 alcoholic drinks offered within plot, 1 tea at end; plz do homework to better understand; 2hr no pee.
See it if you like immersive theater, Lewis Carroll, Alice in wonderland, or need a hipster date night idea
Don't see it if you don't like standing/walking on your feet for a few hours, dislike immersive theater, or dislike Brooklyn
See it if you like immersive theater, you enjoy exploration and want to be an active participant in the performance.
Don't see it if you like linear shows with dialogue. Most of the show is choreography and the scenes don't follow and expected order.