Theater, Interactive
Phillips Mansion
Photograph: Courtesy Delusion

Time Out says

Its past installments have found attendees stealthing their way through a Victorian home and embarking on a Blade Runner-esque bounty hunt. And now this celebrated immersive horror theater event is returning to L.A. for an event an a 146-year-old mansion.

Delusion, an interactive seasonal event that combines elements of interactive theater and a more story-based haunted house walkthrough, will take over the Phillips Mansion, an 1875 estate in Pomona. “Reaper’s Remorse” opens on September 16 and will unfold a tale of the occult that’s centered around Esther Phillips, the real-life widow who once inhabited the house. Director and action coordinator Jon Braver, who hatched Delusion in 2011, has teamed up with the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride producers Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group for a staging that promises to “return [Delusion] to its horror roots.”

You can upgrade to a VIP ticket for access to the second floor of the mansion, which includes a spooky, curated collection as well as a ghostly dark arts bar. All ticket levels include access to an “open world” area that promises to weave the story threads into what basically seems like an outdoor food and drink space.

Presale starts July 14 at 11am (you’ll need to register in advance for access) while general admission will be available the following day. Tickets start at $90.


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