KAIDAN PROJECT: WALLS GROW THIN, extended through November 19, is a multi-sensory, site-specific experience refracting ancient Japanese ghost stories through a modern, multi-cultural lens. You receive a letter from a woman who is haunted by a mysterious event in her past - and she needs your help. When you arrive at her family's warehouse, you ascend to the fifth and sixth floors in a creaking freight elevator, followed by a voice that calls out through the shadows, drowning you in echoes of wells and engines and graveyards, in tangles of hair and snow, in sharp reflections of your darkest moments - a voice that may not be human. A small group of twelve enters a room alone, the walls begin to thin, and a dark spirit stirs within you - will you ever escape? 

KAIDAN PROJECT: WALLS GROW THIN is written by Lisa Dring and Chelsea Sutton with Rogue Artists Ensemble. The show is directed by Sean T. Cawelti and is presented by Rogue Artists Ensemble in association with East West Players. 

WALLS GROW THIN's remaining performances are Thursdays, Nov 2, Nov. 9, Nov. 16 at 7:30pm, Fridays, Nov. 3, Nov. 10, Nov 17 at 7:30pm, Saturdays, Nov. 4, Nov. 11, Nov. 18 at 7:30pm, with a special 2pm showing on Nov. 4 ONLY, and Sundays, Nov. 5, Nov. 12, Nov. 19 at 7:30pm. The location is at a secret warehouse and you will receive the address and entry information following ticket purchase. 

Ticket prices are $70 for Thursday and Sunday showings and $75 for Friday and Saturday showings. Please be advised that the show has mature themes, adult language and theatrical violence. It is not recommended for audience members who are not comfortable walking, ducking, navigating small spaces, standing for periods of time, loud noises, moments of complete darkness or being alone. 

For more information on KAIDAN PROJECT: WALLS GROW THIN visit www.rogueartists.org or call 213-596-9468. 

 Tom Dang, Lara Thomas Ducey in KAIDAN PROJECT: WALLS GROW THIN (Photo by Rebecca Bonebrake)

Tom Dang, Lara Thomas Ducey in KAIDAN PROJECT: WALLS GROW THIN (Photo by Rebecca Bonebrake)