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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Wyrd Con 2

There are times when everyone needs an escape, needs to become someone other then themselves. One way that people do this is through Interactive Theater. This is a term that can be applied to anything from Mystery Dinner Shows, RPGs (Role Playing Games), LARPs (Live Action RolePlays) and something near and dear to our hears - ARGs. WyrdCon is a convention that celebrates interactive theater in a way that examines how they are converging on each other in the current state of entertainment.

For the first time WyrdCon have a Transmedia panel. This panel will be a Transmedia 101 of sorts to examine the different ways that various new media platforms can be used to enhance participants role and participation in interactive theater experiences. If you are in the Southern California area and interested tickets will be on sale at the door WyrdCon! You can find out more information on their website. The Transmedia panel will be held on Saturday afternoon. For more information visit www.wyrdcon.com. I will be attending to experience the convention and will be moderating the Transmedia panel on Saturday. I'll give a in-depth report of my experience after the event.


  1. Sounds awesome Angel! Can't wait to read the report! *hugs*

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