Sep 9, 2923
I’ll Take S’more of That - A Review of Campfire Stories
This production’s conceit, although simplistic, is brilliant as an immersive piece of theatre. Not only are there the performances to enjoy, but there’s also the olfactory nirvana from the marriage of seemingly boundless nature and a controlled blaze, the delicious taste of toasty treats, the occasional water droplet from the branches above, all soundtracked by crackling of firewood and the dulled chatter of animals heckling from the shadows. It is a combination of artistic forms and styles that simultaneously innovates and harkens back to tradition.
Apr 4, 2023
Not your high school ‘Crucible’: Vigilance Theater Group putting on new version of Arthur Miller classic
Chances are good that at some point along your educational journey, someone made you read Arthur Miller’s 1953 Salem witch trials play “The Crucible.” For Renee Rabenold, that foundational academic milestone occurred when she was a senior theater major at Point Park University.
May 13, 2020
Vigilance Theater Group goes virtual for the ghostly immersive tale Dawn's Trail: A Cosmic Uncertainty
The whole point of immersive theater is, well, the immersion part, which can be challenging when people are stuck in their homes and even small crowds are prohibited. For the fledgling Vigilance Theater Group, the desire to put on what would be its third show in the face of COVID-19 restrictions required some creativity.