‘Three Stories Up’ Show Provides Adventurous Theatre For The Spooky Season

Feeling adventurous? Try something fresh and engage with a performance as you watch it unfold before you. Or rather, as you sense it unfold. Three Stories Up comes to us via Alley Theatre (known for pushing the limits with new and exciting ways to engage with the arts). It’s an innovative take on the sensory experience of theatrical performance held at a secret location in East Van and performed completely in the dark. The production follows a cop as she attempts to solve her husband’s murder. The audience must conjure up the imagery themselves using auditory, olfactory and tactile cues. Three Stories Up – in total darkness – sounds super intriguing and well worth the $23 spend. See you there.

Oct. 20-31st | 8pm (9:30pm on Fridays) | Meet at 805 East Pender St. | $23 | TICKETS

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