#56 Uncumber Theatrics with Ayne Terceira

A love of mysteries starts when you are kid.  Depending on what you watched or read growing up, you could be terribly upset when you become an adult and realize life isn’t a Nancy Drew book.  At least, these are my thoughts.  If you are like me you are constantly looking for that hidden mystery, that game, that hunt, or that treasure.  My good friend Sean Collier suggested a perfect guest for my show knowing what she did was right up my alley!

Ayne Terceira creates experiences in Pittsburgh.  As the Creative Director of Uncumber Theatrics , her goal is to push the boundaries of the theatrical experience.  She has done work for our friends over at Bricolage, and The Scarehouse to create a truly one of a kind events.  Her new immersive show, Serpentine, comes out on May 19th.  Join me as I chat with her about the creative process behind putting together interactive theater, what Serpentine is about (as much as we can tell you), and how you can scratch that childhood mystery itch by participating!  FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY!- Sign up for my newsletter to receive extra audio that includes a tip to use while on your Serpentine journey.  Only subscribers will get to hear it!

We will be hosting a drawing for a free pair of tickets to Serpentine. Details below!

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The drawing will last for a week, winner will be announced the following Sunday!  Good Luck!

Don’t forget to get your tickets to see me  live at City Theatre on May 12th!  $20 at City Theatre with promo code “Martaroars”

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If you missed my last episode with actor Alec Baldwin, check it out HERE

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