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Jillian Clare Set to Star in Interactive Play "Delusion: Lies Within"

Jillian Clare. Photo Credit: Barbara Caruso Photography
Indie Series Award-winning actress Jillian Clare (Clutch, Miss Behave, Days of our Lives) will be playing one of the leads in a new Los Angeles production of "Delusion: Lies Within," directed by Jon Braver.

"I have wanted to do another show for so long," Clare reveals, "it's such an awesome character and a really fun play."

"Delusion" is an interactive show that immerses the audience in a living, breathing world of horror theater as the guests interact with the actors in "the single most terrifying event in Los Angeles."

Your obsession has led you here. You stand before the manor of the great author, Elena Fitzgerald. To the larger world, Miss Fitzgerald is a beloved novelist, creator of the Stygian Ascent; a twisted epic of dark fantasy.

To you, Elena is everything.

You’ve wept over the lives and deaths of her characters. You’ve dreamt of walking within her world; a dark world that follows the life of Elena’s daughter, Mary, on a hopeless quest to be rejoined with her mother. Part fiction, part reflection of reality… as Elena’s own daughter went missing before the series began.

For years now, no books have been released, nor has there been any sign of Mary or Elena. In its place, we hear only rumors of suicide, starvation… madness.

Like Elena, you have suffered long enough. You will invade Miss Fitzgerald's manor. Her story must continue, must find its end to bring peace to your long-waiting minds.
Clare is currently starring in IFC's Alien Abduction and the indie Zom-Com Acting Dead.
Previews being on Friday, September 26, with opening night scheduled for Thursday, October 2. For more information on the play, visit enterdelusion.com.

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