NEWS

How WarnerMedia Is Reinventing Virtual Events

May 11, 2020

The Hollywood Reporter

The Raven Transforms Immersive Theater

January 8, 2020

Microsoft | In Culture

World Premiere of The Raven

September 27, 2019

Film at Lincoln Center

The Most Seductive Theater Scene in New York Right Now, a Visitor’s Guide

September 15, 2019

The Wall Street Journal

Annabella has left the building

August 25, 2019

Sleep No More Review

NoPro Podcast Episode 203 — Overlook Double Feature

July 21, 2019

NO PROSCENIUM

Overlook 2019: Exploring The Immersive Track (A NoPro Adventure)

June 20, 2019

NO PROSCENIUM

The Overlook 2019 Immersive Creator Video Series (Part 1): Ava Lee Scott

June 20, 2019

NO PROSCENIUM

The Best of The Overlook Film Festival 2019

June 4, 2019

COLLIDER

Exclusive: The Overlook Film Festival has also announced its entire 41-film lineup

April 26, 2019

IndieWire

The YEAR OF POE, a global collaboration mixing storytelling & emergent technology

February 3, 2019

Medium

Ava Lee Scott: Is there a role for tech in building communities?

December 19, 2018

Interview with Microsoft

Sleep No More

2018 round up of 52 Immersive Things

December 9, 2018

Medium

A Mystical Experience in a Hemlock Grove

September 6, 2018

Dead Central

Sleep No More

August 19, 2018

TESTIMONIALS

25 Immersive Creators and Companies to Watch in NYC

August 10, 2018

No Proscenium

North Bend Film Festival Announces Annabellee in the First Wave of Titles

June 12, 2018

Collider

Recognized for “Tennessee on Hudson” in The New York Daily News

March 23, 2017

Daily News

All the Rave’n: Serenade

March 15, 2015

Theater Pizzazz

Serenade Review “Regilding the Gilded Age in New York”

February 27, 2015

New York Times

The Libido and Literature as Inspiration

September 30, 1998

New York Times

“…not-to-be-missed World Premiere of the immersive and intimate art performance from Ava Lee Scott”

“It comes down to a longing for human contact…

…Today, everything is dehumanized by technology. We miss the intimacy of the Gilded Age — a handwritten letter, flowers at the door, giving a lock of hair, looking into someone’s eyes, feeling a human touch.

There is a void today, and people want connections. We want storytelling and poetry in our lives.”

She has a gift. She IS a gift, and one that hundreds and hundreds of people have been blessed to open and be opened by.”

I was absolutely floored by Ava Lee Scott’s work in “Home of Enchantments.”

It’s a one-on-one experience where Scott plays a character named Belle, a spiritually gifted yet troubled individual who calls upon you to help her through an especially dark, trying situation.

It’s an extensive tale that requires a powerhouse performance from Scott that not only hits the beats of the story crafted, but also comes with interactive emotional elements that feel deeply personal. It’s a beautiful mix of making the participant feel vulnerable and on edge while also sending you on your way with a surprisingly full heart.

(And the fact that Scott conducted one of these shows after the next at Overlook is absolutely astounding.)”

Saunder Gusinow

Barbed Wire

“Creator Ava Lee Scott is exceedingly inventive; she’s taken the things most bothersome about immersive theatre and banished them from her work.”