A party, based the works of Wes Anderson, Wonder framed an evening for its guests with a detailed focus on audience engagement throughout a progression of interactive experiences.


As the audience explored the space, they were introduced to new environments, intent on creating intimate moments throughout the evening.


Each new experience enveloped its guests and their senses as the scale of the party was reduced to individual encounters, captured instances in time.


Actors, artists, poets, musicians, designers, chefs, tattoo artists, and dancers all fused their talents into a seamless progression throughout the evening. The audience didn't attend a party; they played a role in a theatrical production, (and they attended a party.)