Experience Theatre Project proudly presents a live immersive theater performance of Stephen King's “Misery,” performing September 29 – October 28, 2023 at the Beaverton Masonic Lodge located at 4690 SW Watson, in Beaverton.
This frightening story, based on the novel by Stephen King, will be performed in an immersive fashion, placing the audience squarely inside the cabin of Annie Wilkes, merely inches from the performing actors.
Featuring ETP's Artistic Director Alisa Stewart as Annie Wilkes, Murren Kennedy as Paul Sheldon, and John Whitaker as Buster.
Based on the book by Stephen King, a successful novelist is rescued from a car accident by his #1 fan, Annie Wilkes. When she brings him to her remote cabin to recover, Annie's obsession with the author takes a dark turn after discovering he kills off her favorite character from his novels, Misery Chastain. She holds him captive and forces him to rewrite the finale to his book series.
Directed by Jason Weed, the creative team for “Misery” includes Assistant Director Ashley Pio, Set Designer Kyra Sanford, Lighting Designer Lily Wakefield, Stage Manager Amanda Burget, Tech Director Allen Phillips, Costume Designer Andrew Pomeroy, Fight Director and Properties Master Sam Dinkowitz, and Sound Designer Casey Faubion.
MISERY is recommended for ages 13 and up due to profanity, violence, and subject matter.
Trigger warning: Lightning strobe, gunshots, and realistic blood will be used during this show.
A general admission seat is any non-reserved seat in the house.
Although all seats are considered to be good seats since, in this immersive setting, you will be able to see everything from anywhere you sit, reserved seats tend to be the most desired seats in the house and ensure the best views.
A VIP seat is the best seat possible to all the most intimate and exciting moments of action. Only six VIP seats are available at each show.
Two comfortable reserved seats, a bottle of Prosecco or sparkling Martinelli's cider, two delicious bundtinis of your choice from Nothing Bundt Cakes, and a rose.
On a budget? There are three ways you can still see the show for low to no money:
$20 RUSH tickets: If a show is not sold out, RUSH seats for $20 become available 10 minutes prior to showtime. Availability is first come, first served at that time.
Arts for All tickets - $5: Due to popular demand ETP now offers anyone who gets food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and has the Oregon Trail Card may purchase two $5 tickets for any show. You must bring your card with you to Will Call to be able to pick-up these tickets. Please note that there are only 10 tickets per show available for Arts for All.
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