When the world feels unstable, what do we choose to hold onto?

A live interactive event in the form of a fictional seminar led by a fictional expert in the very real subject of decluttering.

Tidying expert Mary Del Campo believes our possessions have a story to tell and with her guidance, we explore minimalism, nostalgia, and the meaning of the objects that surround us. When our world feels unstable, what do we choose to hold onto?



A an intimate telephone experience that's always there for you. 

(888) 691-3111. An ordinary number for extraordinary times.


Extensions updated almost daily for consumption at your convenience and curiosity.


Available 50 hours a day, 9 days a week.  You're there. We're here.

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A live, participatory exhibit for Noah’s Ark at the Skirball. The Builder and the Dove incorporates live performers, silent clowning, puppets, and physical puzzles. Designed for all ages.

Puzzles, play and puppetry come together in a wordless interactive adventure created for Noah's Ark at the Skirball Cultural Center. 

Together we weather the storm in this retelling of a classic flood story for all ages. 



Escape room antics meet iconic existentialism in this interactive, theatrical performance puzzle.

You are invited to a play. But it’s THAT play. You know, the one they call “important,” “the quintessence of existentialism,” and “a meaningless trudge between the cradle and the grave.” You promised your friend you’d be there. Enter the theater and find your seat.


You have 60 minutes to escape.

Critics said Escape from Godot  was“engaging and impressive,” “super-clever,” and “deliciously keeping us in existential hell.”

IndieCade finalist, Hollywood Fringe Award nominee, Denver Film Festival selection. Ranked in the top 40 worldwide by Top Escape Rooms Project.