IN THE NEWS
Escape Rooms Playing To D.C.’s Nerdy, Competitive Crowds
American University Radio
Interviews and information about the first two escape room companies in DC, Escape Artist DC and Escape Room Live.
Pretend You're Frank Underwood At a New D.C. 'Escape Room'
"Because there aren’t enough places around town to put on a power suit and pretend you’re Frank Underwood, a new, politically-themed “escape room” is coming to Southeast."
Escape Artist DC: How Fast Can YOU Solve the Mystery?
K Street Magazine
"The mystery rooms pay homage to two distinct aspects of DC culture - one room is for art lovers and the other room is for political buffs,"
Escape Artist DC:
The Georgetown Voice
"Escape Artist DC is perfect for group outings, making it easy to get off campus with minimal damage to your wallet, – but don’t expect anything to be over-the-top."
Escape Artist DC Opens on Capitol Hill
"Some of those who participated are deaf because it is hearing-impaired friendly. “I did it with two of my friends and that was actually a perfect amount of people. I hope he keeps doing different themes because I would definitely go back regularly,” said, Whitney Gray, one of the participants."
Going All Houdini on Capitol Hill
"There will be clues to find, puzzles to solve and codes to crack, all in the service of finding the key. You’ve got 45 minutes to do so. And if you can’t, well, they’ll eventually let you out. This isn’t the Hotel California."
The newest thing to do in D.C. is to let someone lock you up
"Escape rooms originated in Japan, initially as a video game. Only recently have escape rooms become real-world experiences."
Reporter Enlists Students to Help Escape Rooms
CBS news affiliate WUSA9 visited us and had a blast. Here is the video segment. SPOILER ALERT! Please turn the volume down if you don't want to hear room spoilers.