Director ︎ Sean Cawelti
Writer ︎ Lisa Dring, Chelsea Sutton with Rogue Artists Ensemble
Composer ︎ Adrien Prevost
Scenic Design ︎ Keith Mitchell and Dillon Nelson
Costume Design ︎ Lori Meeker
Sound Design ︎ Steve Swift, Gillian Moon
Video Design ︎ Matthew Hill
Lighting Design ︎ Karyn Lawrence
Puppet and Mark Design ︎ Sean Cawelti, Brian White, Christine Papalexis, Jack Pullman, Morgan Rebane and Greg Ballora

World Premiere
Rogue Artists Ensemble with East West Players

A multi-sensory, immersive, site-specific experience refracting ancient Japanese ghost stories through a modern, multi-cultural lens, revealing the noise of our histories and the silences that haunt us. A small group of twelve enters a room alone, the walls begins to thin, and a dark spirit stirs within you - will you ever escape it?

Winner of 6 LA Stage Ovation Awards, Nominated for Production of the Year, 2018

“So well-crafted and artistically satisfying is the entire experience that I can't rave about it enough. This hybrid form of ghostly storytelling plunges you into the past from a today that precariously dances on a line somewhere north of reality and south of madness. In that realm, the possibilities are endless.” - Broadway World

Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin - Trailer #2 from Rogue Artists Ensemble on Vimeo.


“Sean T. Cawelti's direction manages to pull together a number of technical and artistic talents to create an impressively detailed experience” - Talkin Broadway 

“A THOROUGHLY ENTERTAINING TRIP… part haunted house, part art installation, part performance-art piece... increasingly wondrous… lovingly designed to engage a variety of senses” — Los Angeles Times

“A MASTERPIECE… 10 out of 10…. My mind is still reeling from the experience.” — LA Theatre Bites