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Everything Immersive This Week (2/24/2018)

‘Hamlet in the Golden Vale’

Get cozy with all of the immersive news from the last seven days

This week on NoPro: we discussed some of the issues with Steven Soderbergh’s Mosaic as well as making a defense of the “choose-your-own-adventure” format, one of our own snuck into a supervillain convention in Brooklyn and made it back out, another NoPro writer participated in an underground revolution in London, while a different NoPro reviewer boarded a subway train and time-travelled back to 1964.

Our LA and NYC newsletters come out this weekend! And don’t forget you can always turn to our Now Playing section to see what else might be available.

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The No Proscenium Podcast: Episode 137: Taylor Myers of Roll The Bones

Kathryn sits down with Taylor Myers of Roll The Bones to talk about his storied career (Sleep No More, Then She Fell, Grand Paradise) and the upcoming film Hamlet in the Golden Vale, capturing an immersive performance in an Irish castle.


Austin (SXSW): Westworld

Kitchener, Ontario: TOUCH

Los Angeles: Bitter at the End4Play

NYC: Invited; Cultural Strategies & Production Now (Talk); The Visitation

San Francisco: Storytelling and Tools w/360/VR/MR

Savannah, GA: The Summit

Sydney: Machi Adventure


Both our own, and from around the web!


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