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A haunting new theatrical experience, which debuted at the historic Los Angeles Theatre on Sept. 15, transports attendees to Old Hollywood in 1935 where they’ll witness the demonic and terrifying story of Rota Krisha.
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At the center of the “Angel of Light” experience, created by Odeon in collaboration with Fever, is an original storyline written by Chris Anastas and Mark Binder. Set in the early 19th century, the tale follows the cursed young girl Rota Krisha who brings suffering to a small rural village. In desperation, the villagers seek the help of Father Nicolai who helps conduct a special ceremony deep within ancient catacombs with the hope of summoning an angel to combat the malevolent force. However, the situation takes a sinister turn as Satan himself is inadvertently unleashed during the ceremony.
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Throughout the 60-minute journey, attendees are offered unprecedented access to the storied theater, as they’re led through a series of immersive environments — from the mysterious underground Catacombs to the intimate theater dressing rooms to a magnificent ballroom that hosts eerie and demonic characters.
There’s also an LED Possession Cube room, where a mesmerizing display of kaleidoscopic visuals and footage drawn from Rota’s own psyche unfolds. The climax of the adventure unfolds in the main theater, where Rota K. Preston herself delivers a riveting live performance.
“Angel of Light” runs from Sept. 15 through Oct. 31, with performances every Wednesday – Sunday from 6 p.m. to 12. a.m. Tickets are currently available on Fever’s website, starting at $59.50 a person.
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