The OjO Experience

Jeffrey Caprenter details Ojo, an immersive experience which aspires toward a traveling, non-visual theatre.

The Immersive Actor
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The Immersive Actor

14 February 2016

In this last installment, Producing Artistic Director Tami Dixon reflects on the role of the actor’s relationship with audience members in immersive theatre. 

Creating and Managing a Deep Structure and a Responsive Surface
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Creating and Managing a Deep Structure and a Responsive Surface

1 February 2016

In this installment, Hannah Nielsen-Jones shares her process for stage managing OjO in Pittsburgh and San Diego.

Alacrity
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Alacrity

Writing for Immersive and Site-Informed Experiences

20 January 2016

In this installment, Gab Cody discusses her writing process for both iterations of OjO in Pittsburgh and San Diego.

Who Am I? Casting the Audience in OjO
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Who Am I? Casting the Audience in OjO

19 December 2015

In this third installment, Sam Turich discusses the question of identity and its relationship to audiences in Pittsburgh and San Diego.

Blind Leading the Blind Part 2
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Blind Leading the Blind Part 2

OjO in San Diego

7 December 2015

In this second installment, Artistic Director Jeffrey Carpenter discusses his experience producing OjO: The Next Generation of Travel in San Diego.

The Blind Leading the Blind
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The Blind Leading the Blind

The OjO Experience in Pittsburgh

4 November 2015

In this first installment, Artistic Director Jeffrey Carpenter discusses the origins of Bricolage’s OjO: The Next Generation of Travel performance.

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