GET THE F OUT
What do you get when you cross the minds behind Fantastic Race, the music producer of the Smashing Pumpkins, the set builder of Criminal Minds, two of the actors in Third Watch, and a Knotts Berry Farm and Nuclear Submarine engineer? The Virus escape room! Presented by Get the F Out, The Virus is the coolest and most technologically advanced escape room in Los Angeles.
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Bob Glouberman and Larry Toffler are the founders of Fantastic Race, the premiere scavenger hunt/treasure hunt/event planning corporation in the world. Since 1995, Fantastic Race has created sophisticated and award winning events for all types of players and organizations - from technologically intricate corporate retreats to ingenious, sophisticated children’s parties. Previous clients, participants, and partners include IBM, Google, Katalyst Films, Neil Patrick Harris, Jack Black, Billy Crystal, Bette Midler, Martin Short, the entire cast of the Amazing Race season 14, Showtime, and the Stanford University Alumni Association. Fantastic Race has four regularly running races in the Los Angeles area, recurring races at Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure, Galveston, Texas, and Kona, Hawaii. In 2005, LARF, inc. created the Amazing Cozumel (Mexico) Race, a daily race and official shore excursion of partner Carnival Cruise Lines, that has hosted over 25,000 people. Fantastic Race has run thousands of races, hosted hundreds of thousands of players, and has successfully “punked” repeat client Ashton Kutcher (with the video tape to prove it).
is best known for his portrayal of FDNY paramedic Carlos Nieto in the award winning TV series Third Watch, Alex Longshadow in Banshee, Hank Lucero in Southland and is Batman/Bruce Wayne in Beware the Batman for CN. Some of his film credits include Adjustment Bureau with Matt Damon and Emily Blunt, Tropic Thunder with Ben Stiller, Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr. and Starship Troopers Directed by Paul Verhoeven. Anthony is also a published playwright. His play SAFE has had productions in NY, Chicago, London, Sydney and Los Angeles. Anthony is the co-founder of the artist collective Six01 Studio along with Yvonne Jung and Kerry Brown.
Best known for playing the quirky paramedic Holly Levine on NBC’s “Third Watch”. Yvonne will next be seen helming the feature film STUFF, which opened the Framline Film Festival in San Francisco and Outfest in Los Angeles to critical acclaim. She studied to be professional ballerina in Europe and spent over 14 years doing TV and theater in NYC. Some of those credits include: Darlene in “Balm in Gilead”, L’il Bit in “How I Learned to Drive”, and Sabina in “Safe”.
Industrial Artist/ Designer/ Propmaker
Robert has worked in the entertainment industry for over 25 years. His work can be seen in the films The Hulk, The Run Down, Lemony Snicket, Transformers, Transformers 2, and The Island, Memoirs of a Geisha, John Hancock, and Green Lantern. During his early years in the industry, he was inspired by Noah Kienholtz, the son of the Edward Kienholtz, the American installation artist and assemblage sculptor. From there, he began to create a private collection of original works that questions many aspects of modern day life. He is currently working on the CBS production Criminal Minds.
Works as a visual effects artist for The Mill by day, and by night works on developing virtual reality experiences. He runs Warehouse VR, a small independent VR company aimed at creating immersive and entertaining projects for the budding virtual reality medium. Taking his experience in the VFX world and combining it with his passion for film making allows him to bring a fresh angle to the table and make something new.
Over the past 30 years Kerry has written, produced, mixed, edited and engineered music for multi-platinum artists, feature films, television and video games. Kerry has been involved in the production and marketing of over 50 million records sold. Kerry owns Starry Records, Coldwater Studio and with his wife Stacey Sher and Coco Francini owns Shiny Penny Creative. Kerry co-owns Kat & Dog Productions a music placement company.
An award-winning, multi-platinum producer, manager and event producer. His album credits include; The Smashing Pumpkins, Ziggy Marley, Jessica Simpson, Courtney Love, and Cheap Trick. His film and TV credits include; Blow, P.S. I Love You, Along Came Polly, How High, Scream, L.O.L., and The Academy Awards. Kerry with Six01 Studio produced the live multimedia show BLACKOUT, a collaboration between PepsiCo and the NFL to celebrate the Superbowl.
Kerry Brown has produced the music soundtracks to major Hollywood motion pictures including Blow and P.S. I Love You.
At least 300 Smashing Pumpkins songs have been recorded in Brown's home studio during the 2000s in demo format, including original versions of many songs that later appeared on the eighth Smashing Pumpkins album, Teargarden by Kaleidyscope.
He has produced, recorded or mixed for Miley Cyrus, Ziggy Marley, Jessica Simpson, The Smashing Pumpkins, Courtney Love, Chuck D, Linda Perry, Gilby Clarke (Guns & Roses), Kathy Valentine (The Go-Gos), Charlotte Caffey (The Go-Gos)Susanna Hoffs & Vicki Peterson (The Bangles), The Afghan Whigs, James Iha, Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees), Sebastian Bach, Kelley Deal (The Breeders), Nina Gordon (Vercua Salt), Cheap Trick, Catherine, Sky Saxon, Clem Burke, Chris Slade, Fancy Space People, The Electric Prunes, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Star Children and YaHowha 13.
Kerry has also won the C.A.S. Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for If All Goes Wrong.
Is currently the CEO/President of Douglas Steel Supply in Vernon Ca. where he has worked for 16 years. Douglas Steel Supply has 95 employees and services the construction, visual display, slot machine, truck bodies, automotive and other manufacturing industries. Prior to working in the steel industry he was in the United States Navy for 8 years where he was an instructor at a Nuclear Power Prototype and worked on the USS Portsmouth (SSN 707), a nuclear powered submarine, where he was a leader in the engineering spaces in charge of reactor operations, electrical distribution and the propulsion systems.
Director of Photography, FX Consultant
Darrell has worked for Knott’s Berry Farm Entertainment Production Department for over 25 years. He has worked in the FX Department for the past 6 years designing and fabricating practical FX throughout the park for the annual Knott’s Scary Farm event. He has also been producing video content for the theme park for the past few years and now runs the Video Production Department. He is currently producing all video content for this years Knott’s Scary Farm. Darrell has been a Director of Photography on many projects and has his own Production Company, Public Image Films/DSLRevolution Studios for 14 years.