This was my first immersive theater experience and it was a lunatic thrill-ride. Like some lysergic hybrid of Juan Lopez Moctezuma's film 'Mansion of Madness' & the Toho thriller 'Matango' (replacing mushroom people with mollusk mutants here) DP92 brings the exquisite weirdness, challenges the borders between sanity and delirium, and has rollicking fun with tropes from exploitation movies and popular fears of insanity and infection. The atmosphere was nicely layered with sounds, weird videos, glimpses of unusual activities, and eerie vocals over live Theremin music, and ingeniously dramatic use of space. Performances veered from horrific to erotic to darkly comedic, all very effective. Be very happy that Dallas offers such ground-breaking experimental theater and check this company out. I can't wait to see what they put on next.
Steve Aydt, KNON, Dallas