|_____ Zach Morris _ Tom Pearson _ Jennine Willett|
"wonderfully sensuous off-kilter" Roslyn Sulcas, The New York Times
Forbes Feature Article: "Theater For The Video Game Generation"
By Seth Porges | Forbes | October 29, 2012
[Then She Fell] is all about intimacy. the two-hour show is absolutely extraordinary.
New York Daily News Feature Article: "Go ask Alice: Theater group will turn old Greenpoint Hospital building
into an interactive wonderland"
By Lore Croghan | New York Daily News | July 17, 2012
The Wall Street Journal Feature Article: "A Macabre Misadventure in Wonderland"
By Lizzie Simon | The Wall Street Journal | October 4, 2012
Then She Fell' will offer a more deliberately crafted experience to allow all of the guests to discover and accumulate bits of story until they leave with the satisfaction of having co-created, with the show itself, a narrative arc and resolution."
Time Out New York Theater Review: "Alice gets a new Wonderland: an abandoned hospital in Greenpoint, Brooklyn"
By Jenna Scherer | Time Out New York | October 8, 2012
CRITIC'S PICK | 4 STARS: Stunningly personal When you peer into the looking glass, it stares right back at you.
The New York Post "Theater Review: "At Home With Alice & Co."
By Frank Scheck | New York Post | October 9, 2012
Youll discover what it feels like to disappear down a rabbit hole at Then She Fell, the fiendishly clever immersive theater piece inspired by the life and writings of Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll . This dreamlike event, presented by Third Rail Projects and performed in a wing of the former Greenpoint Hospital in Brooklyn, abandoned 30 years ago is an experience you wont soon forget.
Show Business Theater Review: "Then She Fell" by Third Rail Projects
By Sarah Lucie | New York Post | October 14, 2012
Guests are led through the ethereal space and emerge as if from a dream, and like Alice herself, return to the world with a new set of eyes."
New York Magazine Stage Dive Weekend Roundup: Then She Fell
By Scott Brown | New York Post | October 26, 2012
the athletic, parkour-ish dancing and the general atmospherics are spot-on. (A violently choreographed tea party, with furniture poltergeist-ed around the room by perfectly coordinated dancer-actors, is particularly effective.)
Dance Magazine Site-Specific Surprises
By Siobahn Burke | Dance Magazine | September 2012
Before Punchdrunks wildly popular Sleep No More came to NYC, there was another immersive dance-theater experience wherein spectators trail performers through murky corridors and lavishly decked-out rooms: Third Rail Projects Steampunk Haunted House. This year, the four-year-old production gets a Lewis Carrollinspired makeover, complete with drinkable elixirs and choose-your-own-adventure twists and turns. Now called Then She Fell, the intimate work takes place at Arts@Renaissance, a former hospital wing in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Just 15 audience members fall down the rabbit hole at each show, starting Oct. 6.
Metro Well Played | Theater Review: "Down the rabbit hole with Alice"
By T. Michelle Murphy | Metro | October 21, 2012
"this is not your average night of theater If you can get your hands on a ticket, we advise that you take the chance to escape your usual passive play perspective and tarry down this rabbit hole.
The Huffington Post Review: "Alice in Wonderland Takes a Darker Turn"
By Carey Purcell | Huffington Post | October 8, 2012
a thoroughly disorienting and delightful experience
Heritage Radio Network We Dig Plants Episode 90 "Then She Fell with Third Rail Projects"
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Hosted By Carmen DeVito & Alice Marcus-Krieg | Heritage Radio Network| September 24, 2012
"Even the taste experiences are partnered with the actual performance components."