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Mar 15, 2013

Review: “Then She Fell,” at the Kingsland Ward in Williamsburg

Review: “Then She Fell,” at the Kingsland Ward in Williamsburg

Third Rail Projects resumes performances of an immersive theater event inspired by the writings of Lewis Carroll

Feb 25, 2013

"Then She Fell" Returns to Brooklyn

"Then She Fell" Returns to Brooklyn

Audience size is capped at 15 for the immersive, two-hour production inspired by the life and writings of Lewis Carroll

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