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An immersive game for small groups at WMPAC.

NOW EXTENDED THROUGH MARCH 14th
T/W/Th/F/S/S @ 5p, 7p

Made especially for small groups of friends and families, Through the Fourth Wall is a new, immersive game created for 4-8 people at a time in WMPAC. Enjoy a fun-filled evening of life-size puzzles, interactive twists and surprises, and a theater all to yourselves. Designed by the creators of Big Sky Resort’s Escape Room.

You and your group gather at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center hoping to see your favorite performance. But something isn’t right. The theater is not what you remember it to be. It’s lifeless, dark, and there’s a strange chill in the air. Exploring unseen corners of the empty theater, you and your pod must solve puzzles and overcome challenges to bring light and life to this darkened world. Raid the concession stand! Conjure light and sound! Take part in your own story! And bring down the house to unlock the theater’s potential in this private, interactive experience.


ABOUT THE GAME DESIGNERS

ALEJANDRO FAJARDO is a Colombian artist based in New York City.  He works primarily as a lighting designer for theater, dance, and live events,  including Levity and The Last Five Years at WMPAC. Alejandro designed The Innocents, an Escape Room at Big Sky Resort in 2019 with Jason and Maya. He has worked as production designer for a variety of theatrical and immersive experience projects. After several years of working exclusively in the performing arts, Alejandro began expanding his work into other industries. He has designed and coordinated the lighting for a variety of New York Fashion Week shows and created environmental lighting and custom light art installations with several music festivals. Alejandro works as the Lighting Director for the Flamenco Festival, and Associate Lighting Director for Fall for Dance Festival at New York City Center, and has toured as Lighting Supervisor for Lucinda Childs, Wendy Whelan, and Maya Beiser’s The Day, Brian Brooks’ (Prelude, Wilderness, Company Rep), and Rashaun Silas & Charles Atlas’ Tesseract.

JASON McDOWELL-GREEN is a freelance theatre director based in Hancock, MA. He recently served as Resident Director on the Broadway run of The Inheritance by Matthew Lopez and is the former Director of the Professional Training Program at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. In 2019, he directed The Last Five Years at WMPAC and, along with Alejandro and Maya, he built The Innocents:  an Escape Room at Big Sky Resort. Other recent work includes HOODOO, an immersive rock experience performed in Berlin, and the world premiere of soft by Donja R. Love at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. His training comes from Boston University and LAMDA.

MAYA DAVIS is a Black biracial NYC-based director and producer originally from the DC area. She has directed, assisted, and produced in NYC at institutions including National Black Theater, The Public Theater, The Flea, The Tank, The Drawing Center, and Fordham University, and regionally at Williamstown Theatre Festival and The Big Sky Theatre Company. Maya is the Artistic Associate of Two Headed Rep, a NYC company that produces new plays in repertory with the classic plays that inspire them. She is currently the interim Associate Producer at The TEAM and a Community Engagement Artist with Williamstown Theater Festival. Playwrights Horizons ’18-’19 Directing Fellow. 

BEN TRUPPIN-BROWN is a sound designer and engineer based in New York City. His work has been heard around the country and the globe, with companies like The Public Theater, Global Arts Corps, the Atlantic Theater Company, the Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Debate Society, The Assembly, Roundabout Theatre Company, Jacob’s Pillow, and others. He served as the audio supervisor at the Williamstown Theatre Festival from 2014 through 2016, toured as the front-of-house sound engineer for the synth-pop band Magic Man, and has been a guest lecturer in sound design at the University of Texas (Austin) and the University of Nevada (Las Vegas). He received a BFA from Ithaca College, and is a member of United Scenic Artists local 829 and the Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association.

DANIEL RADIN is a musician and composer from Boston, Massachusetts. Growing up he quickly learned the importance of food, music, and good conversation. After finishing his studies in music, philosophy, and American Sign Language at Boston College he began pursuing a career as a musician, producer, and recording engineer. His past and current projects include bands like The Novel Ideas, Future Teens, Summer Homes, and most recently a solo project called Lake Saint Daniel. He has produced albums for his own bands, as well as artists like Hayley Sabella, Kaiti Jones, and Dan Campbell. In his spare time he is also an avid photographer and visual artist.

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