"I had given myself over completely to the story, to the poignant predicament of a flawed man condemned to a moment for eternity, trapped with his memories and his yearnings, sitting alone in a pool of tears. The image has haunted me ever since, more so because of the sense that I was complicit in it, if only for a moment. You cannot feel more immersed than that."
“It requires us to have an ease that we would have in everyday life,” says co-creator Tom Pearson, who plays the White Rabbit, sans bunny suit. “It’s very cinematic. When the screen is right there in front of your face, it picks up everything. It’s the same when you’re in a room with someone.”
“Then She Fell’ will offer a more deliberately crafted experience… to allow all of the guests to discover and accumulate bits of story until they leave with the satisfaction of having co-created, with the show itself, a narrative arc and resolution.”