I've just read this article
on Michael Abbott's blog and it justlooks amazing. Here a little piece of excerpt:
They describe a theatrical production called Sleep No More, a fully-realized convergence of live theater and real-time non-linear multiplayer horror-adventure game. [...] Sleep No More is an “immersion theatre” event in which audiences are free to roam, explore, and investigate (almost nothing is off-limits) a vast space that includes 100 rooms spread over 6 floors of a transformed abandoned warehouse in Chelsea, NYC. Scenes and apparently spontaneous situations unfold throughout the building as 21 actors move from one stylized location to another, and each room is filled with period artifacts related to the story. The production's director, Felix Barrett, puts it this way: “In our world, every single drawer, cupboard, wardrobe that can be opened, should be opened because you’ll find something inside.
Here are some pics of the event (spectators/players wear masks, the actor/NPC have none)
My question is: is there anyone who has already see it? It's currently playing in a old warehous in Chelsea, NYC. This intrigued me a lot...