Asheville artist turns her home into immersive theater experience


Grayson Morris, a multi-disciplinary artist and performer in Asheville, is inviting the public into her 100-year-old home to experience an immersive theater installation. How cool is that?!

Here’s the press release:

emersion Presents: Plato’s Allegory of the Cave: an interactive walk-through immersive theater installation

Oct. 14 and 15, 8pm (a limited number of people can be in the house at a time, so stagger arrival times between 8-9:30 p.m.)/ 43 W. Chestnut St., Asheville/ $10 at the door

emersion is a series of walk through immersive theater performance art installations created by different artists in the rooms of artistic director Grayson Morris’s hundred year old home. Audience members will journey through the rooms of the house and have different visual, auditory, sensual, and emotional experiences in each room. emersion takes place three times a year and features different visual, sound, and performance artists each time.

Grayson Morris is a multi-disciplinary artist and performer who has been building small worlds in her house for the past decade. Now, in her emersion series, she invites the public to join her!

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