Theatre students utilize their skills at new Fort Worth escape room
Senior theatre major Logan Rodgers has a connection with a new escape room that has just opened in Fort Worth.
"The sister of our boss is a family friend," Rodgers says. "She asked if I'd be interested in working [the escape room], and I agreed. Then her brother – our boss – contacted me to arrange a group interview for myself and all us Theatre Wesleyan folk."
The Secret Chambers is being billed as "Fort Worth’s first real-life escape room." The Chambers describes the experience as such: "Your team will have 60 minutes to find the clues, crack the codes, solve the puzzles, complete the challenges and escape! Use cunning deduction and teamwork in an adrenaline filled race to beat the clock!"
Students involved include:
- Senior theatre major, Cameron Byerly
- Sophomore theatre major, Clarissa Murillo
- Junior theatre major, Trey Cardona
- Senior theatre major, Carlos Brumfield
- Senior theatre major, Heather O’Donnell
- Theatre Wesleyan alumnus, Timothy Crabb
"Working at the Secret Chambers has utilized more skills learned from the Theatre Program at Texas Wesleyan University than I could have possibly thought," Rodgers continues. "From designing puzzles to building the rooms themselves, we create a form of entertainment that folks would be sore to miss out on."
The Secret Chambers is located at 2350 Mall Circle, Fort Worth, TX 76116, near Ridgmar Mall.
For more information about The Secret Chambers, you can visit their website for booking, pricing and more.
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