This is a bit of a variation, but still interactive.
It would take finding/ developing the right script, but you could do a digital variation on "Choose Your Own Adventure" books where - instead of text - the audience watches actors perform, then chooses next steps.
If you use Google Tools, a Google Form can hold videos, provide audience options, and then send them to new pages based on their selections. A Google Slideshow could accomplish this task, as well.
We are adjusting our Christmas musical - THE LAND OF FORGOTTEN TOYS - to be immersive. With the COVID situation it could be done outside with an audience. Let me know if you want more information.
Hi Jessica-In 2017 I did an immersive Hamlet in seven different spaces in our school. The audience was split up in groups of four and followed a guide that had a specific through line path. There were four paths- one that followed Gertrude, one that followed Claudius, and two that followed Hamlet but in different orders. It was very very difficult to organize and plan, but was very rewarding an interesting.The audience had to have some knowledge of Hamlet to understand the show. I'll load the youtube links for what I taped- I tried to video most of the large scenes so you can get the idea. We added several character "dances" as "inner monologues" to help pace the show- while Hamlet is performing too too solid flesh, Claudius and Gertrude are in their bedroom performing a flirty wedding "dance."Then our seniors this year had written an original show to be immersive when we went to lockdown. They turned it into a website with podcasts. You can check that out here: https://www.drawingcircles2020.com/ The whole script is on a tab as well.I think if you had zoom scenes/monologues on themes and build a website where audiences could choose their own adventure that could be really cool. Good luck!Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt54HGZ3lD4&t=20s We had a preshow band and an emcee- skip to 3mins in to see the start of the show.Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsCRQUDi-DEPart 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp9FonhzwhQShawn Hann
Director of TheatreDenver School of the Arts