WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE
ANOTHER HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA FROM THE REFORMERS!
Imagine the worst mistake you’ve ever made in your life. Close your eyes and visualize it in vivid, agonizing detail.
Now multiply it by a billion and you know how Stuart feels.
The Reformers’ latest production We’re All Gonna Die premieres at Lloyd Center Mall October 11th, 2019. This immersive, location-specific production promises equal parts laughter, fright and gross otherworldly creatures! Since 2013 The Reformers have been bringing Portland the cutting edge in Halloween entertainment, from a ride in a van with a zombie to a costume party that ends in supernatural bloodshed and beyond. Multiple nightly performances allow us to keep our audiences small and our theatrical experiences intimate. Join us for seasonal scares like you’ve never experienced before and discover why The Reformers is Lvoe!
LLOYD CENTER MALL CLOSES AT 8:00PM. THE ONLY ENTRANCE AVAILABLE IS ON THE SECOND FLOOR AFTER 8:00PM! Entrance and parking at the NW 2nd floor corner (near the newly haunted Nordstroms).
Our location is across from Made in Oregon on the second floor.
Charmian Creagle, Artistic Director, Production Director, Designer & Producer
Sean Doran, Performer, Co-writer, Video Production, Producer
Caitlin Nolan, Performer, Co-writer
Jenn Lindell, Stage Manager
Chris Beatty, Sound Design
Giovanni Alva, Performer
Mishelle Apalategui, Performer
Adam Thompson, Performer
Cleo Creagle Doran, Performer
Duncan Creagle Doran, Crew
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No – but we recommend ages 15 years old and up.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
All routes go to Lloyd Center! REMEMBER THAT ONLY THE SECOND FLOOR ENTRANCE NEAR THE OLD NORDSTROMS IS THE ONLY WAY INTO THE EVENT AFTER 8:00PM!
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email us at email@example.com.
What’s the refund policy?
There are no refunds after a ticket is purchased.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It doesn’t hurt, but we also will have a list at the site.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
Only in the most dramatic of circumstances. Don’t be that person.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?
Not a problem.