Show Details
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Welcome to Delusion

an experience one will not soon forget


"The show is beautiful: well-crafted, well-acted, well-directed...   of all the Halloween shows in Los Angeles,   Delusion is the crown jewel."

"Delusion has created a genre in interactive horror theater that no one has come close to beating. The attention to detail, production value, and level of absolute excellence they have achieved is unmatched."

"...truly a play that no person should miss. It is this brief moment where you get to escape the mundane and explore a world of monsters...  it was unlike anything else I’ve ever experienced."

"Hottest ticket in town. Delusion’s story is gothic and twisted …its scares driven by psychology."

"...one could go to Delusion multiple times and not have the same experience twice...  Braver & Co. have become the undisputed kings of the haunted attraction."

"It might be the scariest play you’ve ever seen, because you are in it. It’s a psychological thriller that tests your courage. It is sure to keep you up at night."

"Delusion is one of the most thrilling and innovative experiences I participated in this Halloween season. And I’m kicking myself for waiting so long to see it."

"From the exceptional score and the expertly done FX (including wirework and other stunts), to the immensely talented cast and exciting concept, this event is truly unique and should be a no-brainer for anyone looking for the single best horror event in Los Angeles."

The Experience

What began as Jon Braver's passion project has evolved into the most celebrated interactive theatre experience to date. And now with Delusion's partnership with Skybound Entertainment, the Delusion stories will expand into all mediums including Virtual Reality, Comics, Film, Television and Radio Dramas. For the live theatre experience, imagine how it would feel to be a character in a real-life horror and suspense film. Touted as "the vanguard of interactive theatre" and " the future of live entertainment" this moving play immerses you in a living, breathing world as you play your part in a psychologically disturbing tale of horror, suspense, mystery and adventure. First premiered in 2011, Delusion has re-defined live theatre by creating psychologically disturbing, interactive experiences that incorporate the audience into the story as characters. There is nothing quite like Delusion.

Using an innovative blend of suspenseful storytelling, a chilling original score, creature FX, and professional actors and stuntmen, Delusion creates a truly one of a kind word-class immersive experience. You will interact with actors, perform actions, retrieve objects, solve mysteries, choose paths and perhaps sacrifice yourself to move the story forward. As always, you are invited to become a key player in Delusion's next twisted tale! How far will you go to fully realize your journey into the darkness and beyond?


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the Players

Writer / Director / Creator:
Jon Braver

Jon's career has taken some very interesting turns. He has worked as a film and theatre director, a stuntman, an actor, an action coordinator and creative consultant for Disney Imagineering. His work with some of the top directors in the business on titles such as The Dark Knight Rises, Ironman, Star Trek, and Indiana Jones 4 has helped to bring Delusion to life. Jon demonstrates an unusual range of talent and keen ability to deliver a creative vision. He hopes to continue the evolution of the Delusion Universe in other mediums as well.

Line Producer:
Sarah Glendening

Sarah Glendening has over fifteen years of experience in the entertainment industry. She earned a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama, and has worn many hats over the years in film, television, commercials, Broadway, regional and interactive theater. In 2012, Glendening joined her husband, Brandon Wardell, to take on a producing role with Delusion. She has proudly seen the show grow from humble beginnings into an internationally known and critically acclaimed success.

Creative Supervisor / Assistant Director:
Victor Mathieu

French in blood, Victor Mathieu is an Award-winning writer, director, and producer. His latest directorial work includes feature films Dead List, The Monster Project and CarnieVille. He has also directed commercials for distinguished brands like Coca-Cola, Aol, Durex and Doritos. Victor is reprising his role as Assistant Director and Creative Supervisor for his fifth year on one of his greatest guilty pleasures; Delusion. Victor received his BA in film from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts.

Niyia Mack

Niyia Mack is honored to join the Delusion company this year. Special thanks to Jon, Jackie, and Sarah for trusting me with this incredible opportunity. Off-Broadway: CARRIE: The Killer Musical (Los Angeles Theater), Theatre Mogul's SILENCE! The Musical (The Hayworth Theater), The Theatre Project's Barbicide (The Players Theatre), Literally Alive at The Players Theatre (2001-2006). For Toddpac.

Jackie Kreterfield

The moment Jackie landed in Los Angeles from Ohio, her passion for the entertainment industry led her to working on many television shows. Recently, she has worked in casting on The Emmy Award-Winning shows Shark Tank and The Amazing Race. Jackie has been with Delusion since 2012 when she stumbled upon their website. She knew she wanted to be involved immediately. Jackie has always had a strong passion for everything Halloween/Horror related and combined with her love for roleplaying games and mysteries, it has been a fit. She is also a Segment Producer for Midsummer Scream: Halloween Festival, premiering this Summer 2016. She's very ecstatic to show the fans what's to come this Fall!

Audio Engineer / Lighting Designer:
Ian Momii

Ian Momii has been on board with Delusion since 2012 first as a production assistant then as audio engineer in 2013 setting up the intricate sound system that Delusion heavily relies on. In 2014 he took on duties as Lighting Designer bringing his extensive background from theater and dance to concerts and tv/film to help craft the world of Delusion.

Production Designer:
Kevin Williams

Kevin joined Delusion in 2014 and he hasn’t been right in the head since. Throughout his career he has designed and fabricated for various projects involving major theme parks, regional theatres, music videos and commercial/film work. He continues to grow his repertoire with new challenges in design - with Delusion being the most challenging yet. The birth of his children were the best days of his life while meeting Jon Braver remains the most devastating.

FX Makeup and Costume Designer:
Cat Elrod

An accomplished FX Makeup Artist and Costume Designer, her career began in the theatre, with design and management. Cat transitioned to film after college by attending Joe Blasco Makeup Center West. She's worked with the likes of Margaret Cho and Charlie Wilson, is currently Resident Costume/Makeup Designer for The Garage Theatre in Long Beach, Ca and teaches the Fundamental, Intermediate and Advanced makeup programs at The Orange County School of the Arts. She hopes to continue in makeup, theatre and film, meeting her childhood idols and making pretty (gruesome) pictures...


Is this a Haunted House or Escape Room?
Let a Delusion fan explain: "If you're looking for jump scares, you're going to be disappointed. If you're looking for a fully engaging interactive horror experience that takes you through a roller coaster of a story, then this is the play you need to see." Well said Delusional! Think of this as a moving play. Enter our world and become a character in the haunting tale. This is immersive theatre... an eerie story told in the way only Delusion can. Groups of around 10 enter the play every 15 minutes. Many guests return multiple times to fully engage with the story, action and characters. There is much depth to this experience.
What is your policy on cell phones?
Strict. We want our guests to fully realize their journey. To stay present. Unencumbered. To that end, you MUST check in your cell phone (like a coat check) at the lounge or leave it in your car. You are not allowed to bring your phone into the venue under any circumstances. If you cannot abide by this rule, that is meant to enhance the experience for all, then please do not purchase a ticket.
Where is the venue?
We'll let you know mid-2018
Where can I park?
We'll let you know mid-2018
My show time is after 12:00a.m., which day to arrive for my show time?
The day you purchased your ticket is the day you are to arrive. If you bought a ticket on Saturday, October 8th for 12:15am, do not show up on Friday night, October 7th for an early morning show which would technically be Saturday. Please arrive on Saturday to go in at 12:15am which is technically early Sunday morning.
Is it a new play this year?
Sadly, no show in 2017. But oh just you wait til Fall 2018...
What should I wear?
VERY IMPORTANT: You will be running, crawling, and climbing stairs. Absolutely NO HIGH HEELS, NO MASKS, NO PERSONAL BELONGINGS. Wear nothing that would impede your movement. We can't have anyone carrying their purse or other personal items into the show. WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES and CLOTHES you don't mind getting a bit scuffed and dirty! Seriously! This warning isn't heeded very well every year! Please pay close attention to it! It is an outdoor/indoor event so bring a sweater or jacket.
How long is the play? How many people per group? What's the format?
The play is approximately 50-55 minutes long (time varies a bit due to the interactivity and improvisation). To preserve the intimacy of the experience, we try very hard to stick to 10 people per group. A new group begins the play every 15 minutes.
Are you serving alcohol? Or any other drinks and/or food?
We'll let you know mid-2018.
What rules must I follow while visiting Delusion?
We have a few basic rules which must be followed at all times:
  • We have a deep respect for our actors and crew... and so should you. Anyone deemed disrespectful in any way towards them or the production overall, will be removed from the play and/or premises with no refund.
  • 2 Absolutely NO CELL PHONES inside the venue. You will be REMOVED FROM THE PLAY WITH NO REFUND if you do not follow these rules. Check your belongings at the lounge, or leave them in the car. Enter the world unencumbered.
  • NO TALKING during the play UNLESS you are engaged in conversation with an actor.
  • Do not touch any stuntmen, actors, or staff at any time…UNLESS asked to.
  • Do not bring any weapons, alcoholic beverages, or pets onto the property.
  • No smoking on the property (per LA County Fire Code)
How scary is Delusion?
This depends on how far you let yourself go. To fully realize the world of Delusion, your mind must release you from the constraints of rational thought. Allow yourself to enter a world of horror, mystery and adventure... leaving your former life behind. Creator Jon Braver always says he's not out to scare the hell out of people. He simply wants to tell/show an eerie, compelling story in a way never done before. Delusion is eerie, beautiful, horrifying, suspenseful and adventurous. But in the end, it's all great fun! After the show, people held each other, laughed and were dying to go again!
Are there any emotional triggers I should know about?
While it is difficult to know how any one story point, effect or even music might effect one or another, we can tell you that the play covers death, love, the loss a mother and father and intimate moments. Please email info@enterdelusion.com if you'd like to know more details before you purchase a ticket.
How much time should I allocate for the evening?
You should allow 2 hours for the whole experience. This should account for everything from parking, checking in, the lounge, waiting for your show time, THE SHOW, and after...decompression at the lounge!
Is there an age restriction?
We'll let you know mid-2018.
Any warnings I should know about?
Besides reading the "What Should I Wear" section above, please know that during the show you will be CRAWLING, CLIMBING STAIRS, and HIDING in tight spaces. Due to the nature of the play and its location, we do not recommend the play for anyone with existing injuries, heart conditions, pregnant women, epileptics, claustrophobics, the faint of heart. You get the idea. There will be theatrical lighting, eerie music, loud sound effects, strobe lights, haze, and stunts happening all around you. Please be aware that there are NO REFUNDS whatsoever. If you have any questions about this then please email info@enterdelusion.com BEFORE purchasing a ticket.
Is the venue handicap accessible?
We'll let you know mid-2018.
I am underage, can I attend with a guardian?
Absolutely no one under 21 admitted, no exceptions.
Do you have discounts?
We'll let you know mid-2018.
Can I take pictures or video?
Before the show begins, sure! While in the show? NO WAY! You MUST check-in your phone.
How long is the wait in line?
Wait times will vary depending on the night of your visit. Our tickets are timed so there will hopefully not be too long a wait…but remember that the lounge is PART OF the experience so get there early and stay after…it’ll be worth it, trust us!
What happens if I break the rules?
All rules are strictly enforced for the safety of our guests. Anyone violating the rules may be asked to leave the property with or without warning, and without refund.
Will Delusion close if it rains?
We are open rain or moonshine. In the event of a torrential downpour we reserve the right to reschedule the show for another night OR refund your ticket if all other nights are sold out or cannot accommodate. We will do our best to post an update on the home page of this website in the event of torrential downpour. Be sure to refresh your page for the most current information.
How can I join the crew of Delusion?
Email info@enterdelusion.com and tell us a bit about yourself and what you’re interested in. If you're a performer then email casting@enterdelusion.com.
I have problems with my ticket, can you help me?
Contact Flavorus at 1-855-2-FLAVOR or help@flavorus.com.
Can I change/refund my ticket?
NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS ALLOWED. Tickets are transferable so feel free to make an exchange through a 3rd party. In addition, Haunted Play reserves the right to remove a person from the premises with NO REFUND if at any time they feel this person is a danger to others, or disruptive to the theater experience.


Ticket Issues?
Contact See Tickets:

1-323-908-0607 — or — help@seetickets.us

General Information
& Press:

info@enterdelusion.com — or — swynne@skybound.com


Ticket Issues?
Contact See Tickets:

1-323-908-0607 — or — help@seetickets.us

General Information
& Press:

info@enterdelusion.com — or — swynne@skybound.com