Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom

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Suburban parents find their teenagers addicted to an online horror video game that uses a GPS system to map out their own neighborhood. The goal of the game is to decimate an army of zombies and escape the neighborhood for good. But as the line blurs between virtual and reality, both parents and players realize that fear has a life of its own.

Humana Festival. Robin Lord Taylor and Reyna de Courcy. Photo by Harlan Taylor.
Kate Hampton and John Leonard Thompson. Photo by Harlan Taylor.
Kate Hampton and Robin Lord Taylor. Photo by Harlan Taylor.
Bricolage Production Company. Tami Dixon.
Bricolage Production Company.
Cast Requirements

2F, 2M (or) 8F, 8M

Publisher

Samuel French

Press

Playing like a nifty episode of “The Twilight Zone,” the story builds to an affectingly gruesome finale... With its small-scale tech demands and four-person ensemble, “Neighborhood” seems a likely candidate for legit troupes hoping to benefit from the play’s youthful, tech-savvy appeal. —Variety Magazine

When our player pounds on the video door, and we hear the bang on his own front door, it’s genuinely, brilliantly chilling. —Denver Post

Bricolage's production of Jennifer Haley's inventive script is as striking a show as I've seen this year. —Pittsburgh City Paper

Press

Production and Development History

Initial Productions

March 2008
Humana Festival
dir Kip Fagan

July 2008
Summer Play Festival
dir Kerry Whigham

October 2009
Bricolage Production Company
dir Matt M. Morrow

February 2010
Sacred Fools
dir Jaime Robledo