New Immersive Show THE ALVING ESTATE Begins Tonight at Manhattan Mansion

By: Jan. 21, 2016
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THE ALVING ESTATE, the much anticipated Off-Broadway immersive production by Journey Lab and Deaths Head Theatrical, will run tonight, January 21st, through February 6th at the historic Morris-Jumel Mansion in Manhattan.

The residents of the estate include Phoebe Dunn, Michael DeBartolo, Tim Larsen, Sandra Glinka, Andrew Hamling with Megan Larsen, Michael Bonini, Matthew Brown, Victor Carinha, Christy Casey, Anthony Logan Cole, Shelby Coleman, Noelle Cristiano, Kate DeRocha, Kate Dogileva, Joanna Ferbrache, Michael Handelman, Macy Idzakovich, Travis James, Nadja Leonhard-Hooper, Rosanne Rubino, Bettina Schwabe, Molly Tellekson, Yannick Trapman-O'Brien, Rachel Weekley, and Jessica Zhang

The production was co-created, co-conceived, and co-directed by Victor Carinha, Christy Casey, Anthony Logan Cole, Mia Zanette, Jennifer Wilson, and Deaths Head Theatrical. The creative team includes Jed Abbi, Victor Carinha, Christy Casey, James Chwalyk, Anthony Logan Cole, Artemis Dabaghian, Danielle Galietti, Gillian Holmes, Liz Lehman, Omar Portilla, Marc Tuscher, Jennifer Wilson, Mia Zanette, and Deaths Head Theatrical.

Watch the trailer for the show below!

Journey Lab redefines how audiences experience storytelling by producing theatre that allows audience members to become the Hero of their own story. More than an entertainment brand, Journey Lab is about great experiences. The company's last production, Astor & Grey's Antiques, in partnership with several cafes including Starbucks, was a series of three interactive one-on-one experiences where audiences members were able to meet three different characters and uncover the story from each perspective. The piece was received with enthusiasm from both press and audiences.

Founded in 2008, Deaths Head Theatrical has been at the cutting edge of unique immersive theatre. This shadowy theatre collective has staged its unique brand of historical, haunted, invitation only immersive theatre at historical sites all over the country. Last year Deaths Head presented their first "open to the public show" at the Morris-Jumel Mansion. The show sold out and was featured in the New York Times. The company has an anonymous rotating artistic team and has been the silent partner for numerous traditional and immersive theatres all over the country.

THE ALVING ESTATE is based on Henrik Ibsen's GHOSTS. The production runs January 21st-February 6th at the Morris-Jumel Mansion. Tickets range from $20-$50 for the experience and can be purchased at