By popular demand, the Incredible Musaeum returns with some new surprises. Running Thursdays-Sundays Nov. 16 - Dec. 17th. TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
Also join us 7pm Dec. 12th for New Galapagos Gala: A Soiree Among the Specimens, and party at the speed of thought!
And our FREE FAMILY DAY: Dec. 9th, 10am-1pm. All at the Peale Center: 225 Holliday St., Baltimore.
"Best of Baltimore
One-of-a-kind Theater Company"
"...an exciting example of how historic spaces can be animated and made accessible through artistic experiences."
"Best Of Baltimore
Best Theatrical Experience"
“I was blown away by the quality of the work.”
“A fully immersive experience that has something to dazzle all the senses.”
"Lovers of the new, the weird and the wonderful, take note: everything you’re looking for is in Baltimore, at Submersive Productions’ fantastical new piece, H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum"
“An experience that defies description in the most imaginatively miraculous way possible.”
"Museums spend years acquiring the sort of artifacts Submersive Productions assembled for this show. It’s one thing to stage a show in a real museum – quite another to flesh out an empty one."
After our highly lauded, sold out run in Spring 2017, we brought back "Musaeum" for a limited engagement NOW through December 17th. In this newly devised immersive theater experience by Submersive Productions, you are invited to the Grand Opening of H.T. Darling's new exhibit of artifacts from the planet New Galapagos. By interacting with the curious inhabitants of the museum, the building, and the exhibition itself, each audience member must choose their own path through the evening's strange events.
To learn more, watch our recent spot on ABC2's Midday and read an interview with our Artistic Directors.
BATS is a mixed media, multisensory, interactive contemplation on the nature of fear and madness, performed by the doctor and her accordion. Engaging shared memories and feelings, as well as lesser known histories, it blurs the lines between fact and fiction, past and present, reason and insanity. In the end, an extra-ordinary personal narrative connects to the larger story: the all too ordinary madness of American culture.
In conjunction with BATS, Dr. Minnick will be conducting House Calls in your home, beginning in October. Stay tuned for more information and to schedule a visit.
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