Enjoy some Wicked Lit 2017 photos:
Take a peek inside Thoth’s Labyrinth, the mausoleum play for Wicked Lit 2017, through the lens of master photographer Daniel Kitayama! The play is loosely inspired by the Egyptian legend “The Book of Thoth” as adapted by Unbound Executive Director Jonathan Josephson, directed by Darin Anthony.
Wicked Lit 2017 runs September 29 – November 11, weekend performances are already selling out!
Here are just a few Wicked Lit 2017 photos:
Wicked Lit 2017 photos by Daniel Kitayama. Please provide photo credits as outlined above with publication.
Enjoy some photos from Mystery Lit 2017: Holmes Sherlock and The Consulting Detective! We open in ONE MONTH – some performances are already filling up.
A NIGHT AT THE COLONY
A Wicked Lit fundraiser at the Colony Theatre
New horror plays, Shakespearean burlesque, magic and more!
555 N 3rd St. Burbank, CA 91502
(adjacent to the Burbank Town Center)
Sunday, April 23, 2015
6-11 p.m. * Ages 18+
Join us for a delicious evening of desserts, librations and wicked entertainment including:
Toil and Trouble
LA’s sexiest literary-inspired performance troupe brings their iambic delights (and only some of their clothes) to the Colony Stage
A staged reading of a brand new Wicked Lit play
directed by Paul Millet
Title announced soon!
Twilight Zone staged reading
Rod Serling’s “The Lonely”
directed by Jeff G. Rack
The Voodoo You Do
by Andy Shultz
directed by Corey Chappell
featuring Anastasia Elfman, Jahel Corbán Caldera & Sebastian Muñoz
Presented by Force of Nature Productions
A hilarious, fully produced, one-act horror comedy!
– Silent auction
– Decadent desserts
– Sumptuous wines
And much more to be announced!
Admission Is Limited to 200
MEMBERS GET $5 OFF
Check Your Email for a Special Code!
Brand new Wicked Lit Photos
Wicked Lit photos from Dracula’s Guest are available for your enjoyment! Peruse photos of cast members McKenzie Eckels, Angie Hobin, Eric Keitel and John T. Cogan as they journey throughout rural Romania in Bram Stoker’s terrifying tale.
These fabulous photos were taken by Daniel Kitayama. The play was adapted by John Lesie and is directed by Jeff G. Rack.
Wicked Lit at ScareLA
Thank you to the hundreds of fans who came to see Wicked Lit at ScareLA last weekend! We had a blast meeting you all at our booth, participating in the first ever “Theatre of Halloween” panel, and exploring all of the awesome events that will be coming to LA this October.
Visit www.ScareLA.com for more info about events and spooky happenings later in the year!
We were thrilled to participate in this fabulous panel on Sunday night:
5pm: Stage Frights: Horror and Halloween Theater – Wicked Lit at ScareLA
From mausoleums to old abandoned houses, tales of Lovecraftian beasts to immersive, interactive vignettes of sheer terror, Los Angeles provides an unparalleled number of theatre companies devoted to horror. CreepyLA’s theatre editor Richard Becker leads a discussion on staged frights with Paul Millet and Jeff G. Rack from Wicked Lit, Jon Braver with Haunted Play, Zombie Joe from Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre, and Dan Spurgeon and Drew Blakeman with the Visceral Company, as each describe their own approach towards the theatrical experience, and upcoming productions perfect for the Halloween season.
Saturday, April12, 2014
6 p.m.-12 a.m.
Poker Tournament * Play Readings * Short Film Screening
Silent Auction * Cash Bar & Munchies
General admission ~ $25 (100 max)*
MEMBERS GET $5 OFF Check Your Email for a Special Code!
Join us for a series of fantastic theatre events, all inspired by classic literature! Members can attend all of these events for free by making monthly, tax-deductible donations to our company. Click here or contact Jonathan at jonathan @ wickedlit dot org for details.
Mystery Lit: Sherlock Was Wrong May, 2014
This event is supported in part by the City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Department. Location: Pasadena Central Library
FREE – Reserved seating for Members
Wicked Lit Installation The Monkey’s Paw
In the spirit of The Tell-Tale Heart at ScareLA and A Ghost Story at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel: LA Location: TBD
Wicked Lit 2014
An evening of classic horror literature performed as an immersive theatre event!
Workshop Reading Holiday Lit: A Christmas Carol
Follow Scrooge through a stunning mansion as the classic holiday story unfolds as an immersive event. Location: Pasadena Museum of History
FREE – Reserved seating for Members
Members make monthly contributions to our non-profit theatre company that will allow us to grow our artistic programming as well as our education and outreach programs. Members receive many special benefits including the ability to see our shows, again and again, subject to availability.
One-year Membership commitment required. Members also receive a $5 discount on additional tickets for friends for all events (when applicable). Click here or contact Jonathan at jonathan @ wickedlit dot org for details.
Photo: Ilona Kulinska in THE GARDEN PARTY, History Lit 2012. Photo by John T. Cogan.
We have two weekends left of Wicked Lit 2013! We have completely sold out of advance tickets, but you can sign up for standby here. Take a look at what the critics have thought of the show:
“Wicked Lit has transformed a mausoleum and cemetery into a hot ticket for horror-related site-specific theater.”
– Don Shirley, LA Stage Times, October 21, 2013
“Wicked Lit celebrates its fifth anniversary with its most immersively frightening experience yet!”
– Pasadena Weekly Cover Story, October 10, 2013
“Wicked Lit’s Best Halloween Theatre Festival Ever! …you must – absolutely must – head over to the Mountain View Mausoleum in Altadena for the 2013 Wicked Lit! We cannot recommend it highly enough.” – Hollywood Gothique, October 6, 2013
“Act fast for standby tickets to Wicked Lit…very clever and using its terrain so delicately and observantly that at times you feel as if lost in some sort of psychic realm where time flies by effortlessly.” – LA Beat, October 17, 2013
“Nothing could be more perfect for Halloween” – Pasadena Now, October 6, 2013
The village of Wicked Lit 2013 is featured on the cover of this week’s Pasadena Weekly! Click the image below to read the article by Carl Kozlowski.