“There’s not going to be audience interaction, is there?” While I have similar feelings to my friend, Murder On Ossington blows these worries out of the water by more than justifying its framing and propulsive movement. A suitably encroaching house is the setting for a series of vignettes that split the audience – and tone – effectively, building to a climax that while disturbing is somewhat muddled. The close quarters enhance rather than distract, and while some stories don’t feel as vivid or powerful as they could be, there was enough fodder to keep us talking for hours afterwards. Chilling.
Murder On Ossington runs until tomorrow night at a secret location. Email email@example.com for tickets.
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