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WICKED LIT at the Mountain View Cemetery in Altadena

Daniel Kitayama

Daniel Kitayama

 Harker Jones – LA Weekly

Presenting its 10th season of screams and scares at the Mountain View Cemetery in Altadena, Wicked Lit has become an Halloween-season tradition in Los Angeles. The immersive walking theater experience presented by Unbound Productions gives patrons a look at Mountain View’s stunning mortuary (designed by Cecil E. Bryan) and provides a perfect complement to the show’s supernatural subject matter.
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Ellen Dostal – Broadway World
For eight of the last ten years, Wicked Lit has created theatre among the dead – quite literally – at Mountain View Mausoleum in Altadena. Three stories adapted from classic literature have been the norm most recently, with a fourth story functioning as a framing device to connect the pieces and bring a sense of camaraderie to the crowd. The result is an exceedingly entertaining evening of indoor-outdoor theatre in one of the spookiest venues in Southern California.
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Now running through November 10

WICKED LIT at Mountain View Mausoleum & Cemetery

Photo by Daniel Kitayama

Terry Morgan  -  Stage Raw

This sixth annual presentation by Unbound Productions is a cool, autumnal treat. Participants gather at the Mountain View Mausoleum & Cemetery in Altadena to witness three adaptations of famous scary stories from literature or folklore, staged on the grounds. Read more…

Bob Verini -   Arts In LA

Immersive, site-specific theater could end up saving the art form for the immediate future. At the very least, it offers an audience an interactive and one-of-a-kind experience that can’t be gotten in front of a large or small screen or on a mobile device. It tends to involve music and movement, never a bad idea when it comes to attracting young people.  Read more…

Now running through Nov. 8.