Grace and The Hanukkah Miracle

 

Review by Isabel C.

It’s an immersive theater, meaning that the audience interacts with the play and helps the play move along. It was really fun to interact with the actors and be a part of the play. What happens is that you go in a time portal to find different clues to a puzzle that you need to solve. It’s at the Grace Lutheran Church.

I thought it was very cool how each different set for each different time period looked like you were actually in that time period. It was fun how you were able to move objects to find the next clue or portal. I really liked the background fit the place you were in.

I loved how they included everyone and didn’t leave anyone out or left behind. They had everyone interact and answer questions whenever they could find time. There were also fun ways of moving around to each time in each portal.

I would recommend for anyone ages 6 and up, because they need to be able to understand everything and it is also mostly targeted to young kids. You can still enjoy it if you’re around 11 and up still. I hope some of you watch it soon.

 

*PHOTO:  (L to R)  Dan Cobbler and Laura Nelson in GRACE AND THE HANUKKAH MIRACLE from Chicago Immersive

 

 

GRACE AND THE HANUKKAH MIRACLE IS THE INAUGURAL PRODUCTION BY CHICAGO IMMERSIVE BRINGING A NEW HOLIDAY ADVENTURE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY, 
DECEMBER 1 – JANUARY 5, 2020 AT GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
1430 South Blvd. in Evanston.
 The performance schedule is Saturdays at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Please note: there is no show Sunday, Dec. 15.
Tickets are
$25 and are available at ChicagoImmersive.com or by calling the Chicago Immersive office, 773.236.2172.