Plan on staying with us for an hour and a half to two hours from the start of your show time.
Our door opens at your scheduled time. Guests who arrive at that time will participate in the full experience. Consider arriving a little early, as you may need extra time to find our location and to use the restroom.
Wait. You may perhaps find our lobby interesting.
Doors lock 15 minutes after your scheduled time. If the door is locked, the séance has begun, and we cannot allow any further late admittance. We ask that you plan your visit with sufficient leeway for weather, traffic, and trains. The Man From Beyond is a ticketed, live event. Please respect the performers and arrive on time for your reservation.
Yes. Only guests over 16 years of age are invited to the séance.
Yes, though some interactions may not be available.
At the moment, we are in between spaces. This liminal state will not last forever. Our new location is somewhere in Houston, not too far from where we started.
You may purchase a private show for the price of all available tickets if no one else has bought a ticket at that time, and bring from 4 to 8 people. Be prepared for a memorable experience.
We can accommodate bespoke performances, daytime and evening. Contact Adrian Rook at [email protected].
No. Madame Daphne will confirm your reservation by name upon arrival.
All sales are final, we can offer no refunds for cancellations. You may reschedule your game time if you contact us at least a week in advance. Individual participants may be swapped at any time. Contact Adrian Rook at [email protected].
We allow 9 people only in private performances—you’ll need to purchase all 9 tickets. Contact Adrian Rook at [email protected] for reservations for 9.
Unfortunately our séance table is limited in circumference and cannot fit 10 players. The game plays best with 6-8 people, and we take that seriously.
We require a minimum of 4 guests to increase your chances of success and because of some game play elements. We cancel shows around noon the day of the show if fewer than 4 people have signed up. To avoid cancellations, book with 3 friends, or sign-up for a game that already has tickets sold.
No, for public-ticket shows mixed bookings may combine to meet the minimum. This is common, but not guaranteed, during popular times. If you have a group of two, for example, and book into a game that already has two sold, that game will make the minimum.
This is not common, but it can happen. For a team of 3, you will be offered the choice to play or to reschedule. Due to the nature of the game, teams of 2 unfortunately must reschedule.
Yes. You undoubtedly did not participate in everything and want to see more, but it’s challenging to avoid spoiling the solutions you do remember for new players. Veterans of the game will receive a complimentary ticket if they book a private room with their friends. Contact Adrian Rook at [email protected] to set up your return visit.
The Man from Beyond is atmospheric and offers surprises and suspense, but no horror or gore.
We take your safety seriously. If you experience an emergency, you will be able to leave easily.
Our parlor is several hundred square feet, and quite comfortable.
You will search and discover and interpret and investigate and connect. You will not do math.
Please do. You’ll be ready for anything, and that’s what you’ll need.
Our puzzle approach takes inspiration from video games like Myst and The Room. We give you objects to explore and secrets to discover instead of dubious ciphers and homework.
Absolutely. The Man From Beyond delivers an entertainment experience that is much more than a series of puzzles.
That’s not what we’re about.
Don’t worry—there’s no embarassing role-play. You get to be yourself but inside a realistic imaginary world. Prepare to do amazing things you wouldn’t normally do.
Yes. But we believe in you.
No. When it comes to gameplay, your team will be the only living people in the room.
We recommend comfortable footwear. You will not be in a seat for long.
Madame Daphne performs a seated séance. There are chairs for all.
Madame Daphne may show preference to those in snazzy attire, but she won’t refuse you as long as you’re sporting a shirt and shoes. Much of Madam Daphne's furniture may be from the 1920s, but men are not required to wear hats.