It's party clean-up time in Prospero's manor, and we want to know about your experience.
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Extreme closeup of Juliet Bowler as Prospero staring intensely into the camera, lit by a deep red light with a masquerade mask painted over her face with makeup

Prospero (Juliet Bowler) welcomes the Red Death at the end of 7 Rooms.

All Parties Must Come to an End

Can you help us plan the next one?

We're putting away party favors, breaking down refreshment tables, and mopping up an inordinate amount of blood. Thank you to all the masqueraders who joined us at 7 Rooms: The Masque of the Red Death!

Whether or not you attended 7 Rooms, we want to know your thoughts. Can you spare two minutes to take our survey to help our next party can be even better?

Attended 7 Rooms? Fill out the survey here.
Sat this one out? This survey is for you.
Lindsay Eagle and Amy Lehrmitt wearing grey-and-red face masks with arms over each other's shoulders looking at the viewer
Project Artistic Director Lindsay Eagle and Project Showrunner Amy Lehrmitt.

Help Us Bring More Radically Collaborative Projects to Life

The Earthlings are so proud of 7 Rooms: The Masque of the Red Death, and our party couldn't have happened without the help of our generous donors. We can still use your support to hit our fundraising goal.

Our virtual masquerade was hailed by critics as "an ambitious and stunning achievement" and "a massive undertaking that will impress even the most nihilistic of digital theatre naysayers." It was lovingly crafted by the hard work, steadfast commitment, and extraordinary collaboration of over 40 talented local artists.

To help us create more radically collaborative spaces like this, please consider making a donation today. Thank you for your support!

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