Where the Others Are
Filmed Immersive Theatre Experience
A desperate plea from an old friend brings you to the doorstep of her neglected trailer. She's finally ready to leave her abusive husband, and she wants your help. But he may not be what he appears to be. And her problem may be beyond human comprehension.
Originally produced as a live immersive theatre experience for only two audience members at a time, 'Where the Others Are' was the most intimate piece of theatre yet from E3W Productions. Despite sold-out shows and rave reviews, the production was unfortunately cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of this, less than 100 people were able to see the show live, as it was meant to be experienced. However, the E3W team quickly pivoted and tapped into their indie-horror film roots, capturing everything on film so that it could reach the audience the story deserves.
Filmed Immersive Theatre - 2020
"Riveting, meaningful performances that penetrate through the screen, absolutely giving the sense that they are speaking to you... It’s dark and frightening and sad, and its unusual presentation works entirely to its benefit, giving Where the Others Are an uncanny atmosphere that doesn’t feel like much else."
- Fangoria -
"L.A.’s Creepiest Sci-Fi Play... filled with a creeping dread... for fans of dark sci-fi or body horror or if you like your horror rooted in a strong narrative."
- WeLikeLA -
"A truly surreal experience. It isn’t an adaptation of the show – it is the show, and I’ve never seen something quite like it."
"There’s a special skill set required to translate an immersive production into a filmed one... it plays seamlessly. The live production was an “on the rails” experience, but that’s not a knock: E3W uses those rails to pour in a lush level of detail on craft performances that radiate power. You are, in those moments, very aware that your inept fumbling could not craft a better story than the one you are playing midwife to."
"A fantastic story that sucks you in, the cast is really incredible, and you can get lost in every single detail of the frame... This filmed version of the show not only captured the emotional heart of the story but enhanced it."