Jeffrey Seller — Setting the Stage: The Power of Live Art
Jeffrey Seller believes there are ways in which the digital age falls short. For him, the experience of live theater fulfills a deep visceral need for live storytelling in a way that cannot be replaced.
Seller’s own process is predicated on searching for those special moments in which the hair stands up on his arms and he is completely in the theater’s thrall—and his legacy of musicals, from Rent and Avenue Q to In the Heights and Hamilton, has inspired that same reaction in millions of theatergoers.
Felix Barrett — Burn the Seats: Audience Immersion in Interactive Theater
Felix Barrett's productions transform existing architectural spaces into interactive theater pieces in order to disrupt the traditional, formulaic, and passive theater model. They demand the attention of all five senses.
Fabien Riggall — Bringing Film to Life
Fabien Riggall created Secret Cinema with the intention of letting audiences "step inside the world of a film." The audience becomes the hero and the stageÑthey interact with one another and with the film, bringing the adventure to life.