A Memory Palace of Fear is a haunted house about housing — an immersive theater installation exploring the ways the spaces we call home can turn from refuge to menace, and back again.
After a successful workshop production in 2016, we’re bringing A Memory Palace of Fear back in 2017, with performances October 19-22, 25-29, and 31 at Silent Funny, 4106 W. Chicago Avenue in Chicago’s West Humboldt Park neighborhood. Tickets are NOW AVAILABLE; see the Theater Oobleck website.
Participating artists include performers Emmy Bean, David Chervony, Jean Carlos Claudio, Lily Emerson, Sharon Lanza, Charlie Malave, Kat McJimsey, and Stephen Walker. Installation artists include Billie Howard, Sara Heymann, Heather Gabel, and Gabriel X. Michael, along with co-creators Martha Bayne and Andrea Jablonski.
From now through October, Billie Howard will be posting episodes of her micropodcast on fear here, on Bandcamp. Listen in!