The Creative City Project (Facebook | Website) will be hosting a progressive theatrical event this fall in the streets and alleyways of downtown Orlando.

Bright Young Things, directed by Donald Rupe, is based on a group of Bohemian Londoners in the 1920s that were referred to as “Bright Young Things” by the tabloids of the times. They were known for throwing elaborate fancy dress parties and hosting wild nighttime treasure hunts. And for drinking a lot and doing drugs. The production will feature eight actors who lead small groups of attendees throughout a specific route in downtown using the streetscape as its stage, but enhanced with special effects, a special soundtrack, and theatrical lighting.

The show features four distinct storylines; The Entertainers, The Smugglers, The Lovers, and The Agents, encouraging multiple tours per night during the event.

The event will take place Friday, October 2 through Saturday, October 24. Tickets are available for purchase HERE and when booking your ticket you’ll be asked which adventure you choose, what date, and what time slot.

Brendan O'Connor

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