Known for reimagining and redefining the theatre-going experience, Just Fix It Productions (JFI) proves this year will be no exception— all the while taking into consideration the ever-changing post-quarantine climate. 2021’s iteration of CREEP L.A. is filled with intimate moments, deep connections and soul-shaking chills & thrills, all within the bounds of safety, compliance, consent, and, of course, facial coverings. But what’s Halloween without a good mask, anyway? Guests will find themselves in a multitude of surprising worlds including a spooky and sultry bar, a desolate town-square populated with odd characters, and a world-warping haunted house with a mind of its own.
b intertwines nuanced and in-depth story-telling with hands-on audience interaction, fostering emotional connections and unforgettable moments. Equal parts beautiful and terrifying, the experience has been described by guests as feeling like they’re truly inside a horror movie. Since 2015, CREEP L.A. has reached sold-out audiences of over 30,000, receiving rave reviews for its groundbreaking approach to the genre. Utilizing 3,000-60,000 sq/ft spaces, upwards of 30 cast members, and a creative team from diverse backgrounds, CREEP L.A. has solidified itself as L.A.’s go-to Halloween event. With only 6 showtimes a night, this year CREEP L.A. welcomes intimate groups of 6 brave souls into its dark and twisted world on select dates September 29th – October 31st.
“We are thrilled to bring theatre back to LA in an innovative and tangible way. It feels fitting for CREEP L.A. to not only be located in the heart of the city, but, also, so close to the theatre community. We have missed connecting with our audiences in-person and cannot wait to creep them out in the safest way possible,” said Justin Fix, director of CREEP L.A. and founder of JFI Productions.
This season of CREEP L.A. will take place at The Ghost Light, a brand new experiential theatre venue nestled within the walls of the iconic Three Clubs in Hollywood (1123 Vine St., Los Angeles 90038). With a full bar, themed cocktail list, and host of haunting performers, The Three Clubs becomes part of CREEP L.A. from 7-10 PM, before opening up to the public after the performance. For nearly 30 years, The Three Clubs has been an anchor for artists and theatre-makers, and JFI Productions couldn’t be more proud to bring their brand of boundary-pushing theatre to Santa Monica Blvd’s theatre row. Aiming to reimagine nightlife in Los Angeles, JFI Productions will serve as artistic directors and creative producers for The Ghost Light, seeking to make this new venue a home for surreal experiences in L.A.
In addition to CREEP L.A. this fall, JFI Productions will be bringing to life the Amazon original series I Know What You Did Last Summer as a mysterious, subversive, debaucherous interactive experience. Inspired by Lois Duncan’s 1973 novel (also the basis of the iconic 1997 film), the new series follows a group of teenagers bound together by a dark secret and stalked by a brutal killer. As they try to piece together who’s after them, they reveal the dark side of their seemingly perfect town – and themselves. Guests of the experience are welcomed into a small town celebrating its graduating class, starting with a euphoric party and culminating in a dark and twisted journey through an unforgettable night. Taking place at The Ghost Light theater at Three Clubs in Hollywood (1123 Vine St, Los Angeles 90038), this free event runs Wednesday, October 13th – Sunday, October 17th. Guests may reserve their free tickets on September 29th at www.TheGhostLightLA.com.
For all performances, The Ghost Light asks audiences to join in providing the safest space possible for patrons and cast & crew. COVID-19 policy requires ticket holders to wear masks and to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Past CREEP L.A. experiences have received rave reviews and praised JFI Productions’ Justin Fix and his team: Producing Partner J.T. Swierczek, Writer & Co-Artistic Director Daniel Montgomery, Co-Artistic Director & Managing Director Stephanie Turek, and Head of Production & Creative Producer Kristin Childers. CREEP L.A. has continually sold out their previous event series almost immediately upon going on sale.
Tickets for CREEP L.A. are $95 per person (2 ticket minimum) and for ADULTS ONLY 21+. On sale now. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: www.CreepLA.com.
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