SOME PRESS & KUDOS
"What followed is supposed to be a bit of a secret, so I’ll just say that I, and the other four members of the group were led down some rickety stairs and into what felt like a time capsule from the late 90s."
-- Juliana Mayo, KCRW
Greater LA - KCRW
"Warehouses, abandoned hospitals and sound stages, even the great outdoors of urban cityscapes, have become the settings for fantastical journeys into shifting alternative universes inspired by “Alice in Wonderland,” “Mulholland Drive,” the K-pop star system and even (I swear) “Waiting for Godot,” the theme for an escape room in Los Angeles." - Ben Brantley, New York Times
NEW YORK TIMES
"The park flexed its creative muscles and ran with it all the way to the oversized candy corn farm..it’s an impressive feat I haven’t yet experienced at a regional theme park." -- Carly Caramanna, SF Gate
"Mister and Mischief's '40 Watts' is one of the most creatively conceived and interactive shows ever produced at WOW. Critic’s Pick. "
- Pam Kragen, San Diego Union Tribune
SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE
"A different kind of Zoom theater experience. It’s a touching, funny, interactive show disguised as a self-help webinar on decluttering. "
- Juliet Bennett Rylah, We Like L.A.
WE LIKE L.A.
"It felt like an actor’s nightmare in the best possible way. It was a trailblazer in mixing escape room gameplay with immersive theater." -- REA Hivemind
ESCAPE ROOM ARTISTS
"Whatever director Andy Crocker did worked, because the whole thing comes off beautifully. Let yourself be enveloped in the abundance of love ... It will be the best Zoom call you’ve had yet." -- Neil Shurly, Broadway World
Mister and Mischief demonstrate a deft touch with the subject matter and the cast of OBJECTIVITY skillfully thread the needle ...It’s a testament to their improvisational and musical theatre skills (yes, you read that correctly) that OBJECTIVITY even works in the first place. - Kathryn Yu, No Proscenium
“ Ghost Town Alive is simply the best way possible to spend your summer. And that’s totally due to all the fantastic folks working in front of and behind the scenes. It’s still frightening to me that I typed up all this mostly from memory. This town occupies a good portion of my brain and I can’t think of a better endorsement than that.”
- Chris Glass, Inside Universal