Photos | DUMP SITE by Julia Nardin at Seattle Immersive Theatre

ALERT: Expect this lil’ under the radar barn burner to catch fire faster than the North Cascades in a drought year. << UPDATE 6.9.2015 – We were right about that!

It would be hard to exaggerate just how exciting and fresh it felt to walk into a warehouse in Seattle’s industrial SoDo area to see DUMP SITE by Jula Nardin.

But as you know – we’ll try.

The experience on offer is what the theatre should be: exciting, active, captivating. Everything is alive.

With space for only 20 participants a night, there simply are nowhere near enough tickets available for everyone who is going to want to see this intimate and chilling horror show.

If you think theatre has lost its way – get down to this undisclosed warehouse ASAP and immerse yourself in pure story. Yes – theatre can still be this unsettling and authentic.

Horrifyingly good!

The lounge where audience members warm up for the show - with cocktails.
The lounge where audience members warm up for the show – with cocktails.
Part 2. The audience takes in the office (and brain) of disintegrating horror writer Reed Pickering.
Part 2. The audience takes in the office (and brain) of disintegrating horror writer Reed Pickering.
Move around to get close - or take a seat.
Move around to get close – or take a seat.
Part 3. Into the woods.
Part 3. Into the woods.
Just a tent, right?  Think again. Go inside and check it out.
Just a tent, right? Think again. Go inside and check it out.
The audience looks on as the final moment unfolds. We'd tell you what happens - but then we'd have to kill you.
The audience looks on as the final moment unfolds. We’d tell you what happens – but then we’d have to kill you. And there have already been entirely too many people killed.