Internal

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

When the zombie apocalypse hits, the truest danger will not come from outside.

From They Played Productions (creators of last year’s immersive hit “God: the Apologies Tour” and HFF16’s horror musical “Nothing Bad”) comes a brand-new immersive horror tale that you will experience entirely by yourself. Alone on the streets of Hollywood, you will face a darkness that may devour you whole. A darkness that will give you nowhere to turn as it’s all happening directly…to…you.

Note: This is a horror immersive experience for a solo audience on the streets of Hollywood. It is intended for audiences 18+ only.

Audiences will need to be able to listen to audio and traverse a sidewalk for 30-40 minutes for this particular production.
Tickets: $15
Length of show: 45 minutes

Reviews

Avatar

It’s exciting to see They Played take on and execute something like Internal. It speaks to a versatility of thought, performance, and social commentary that shows the production company is continuing to grow and expand at an admirable pace, and that they are unafraid to test new concepts and adapt to an ever changing social and theatrical landscape. When I finally arrive back where I started, plucking the headphones from my ears, it is with a healthy suspicion of my own social sphere, and even myself. Internal, though it is at heart a horror story, holds up a cracked mirror to the Hollywood landscape and those who live within it, especially its audience, and there’s nothing scarier than that.

sweet - Cristen Brinkerhoff - Haunting - ...read full review


Matt Ritchey

Introspective, creepy, fun, disturbing, thought-provoking…. I mean, talk about a truly immersive experience! Internal, especially if you let yourself really get into it, is an extremely well-produced nightmare scenario with the most terrifying monster imaginable...

Highly Recommended

sweet - Matt Ritchey - Gia On the Move - ...read full review


Avatar

It’s exciting to see They Played take on and execute something like Internal. It speaks to a versatility of thought, performance, and social commentary that shows the production company is continuing to grow and expand at an admirable pace, and that they are unafraid to test new concepts and adapt to an ever changing social and theatrical landscape. When I finally arrive back where I started, plucking the headphones from my ears, it is with a healthy suspicion of my own social sphere, and even myself. Internal, though it is at heart a horror story, holds up a cracked mirror to the Hollywood landscape and those who live within it, especially its audience, and there’s nothing scarier than that.

sweet - Cristen Brinkerhoff - Haunting - ...read full review


Matt Ritchey

Introspective, creepy, fun, disturbing, thought-provoking…. I mean, talk about a truly immersive experience! Internal, especially if you let yourself really get into it, is an extremely well-produced nightmare scenario with the most terrifying monster imaginable...

Highly Recommended

sweet - Matt Ritchey - Gia On the Move - ...read full review