Meet The Characters
Arthur Snout, aka Lonely Dog, is an orphaned hound who grew up on the working-class side of Port Alveridge. Lonely was run out of town and became a refugee in his own country after being bullied and misunderstood. He embarked on his own journey and created music that moved mountains and brought opposing cultures together.
Rolph is a committed and confirmed bachelor who taught Lonely the meaning behind the music and how to play the five-string Alveridgean guitar. He is frequently found at the neighborhood pub, Marvo’s Bar and Grill, telling stories about his early influence on Lonely Dog.
Celia Crème is a high fashion feline goddess and friend of Lonely Dog. Despite all the fame and fortune that her luxurious empire affords her, Celia still carries in her soul the memory of those barefoot years in the Catside orphanage and her unlikely friendship with a houndling.
Bronson is always attired in the Howlers blood-red patches and colors, sporting dark shades no matter what the time of day (or night), personifying houndly aloofness and coolness.
Kelzie had always been the quiet one. With her soft brown pigtails and limpid eyes she always stood apart from the other Houndettes at the Orphanage. It was for Kelzie that Lonely had written some of his most beautiful love songs.
Perhaps dreaming of wars he may once have fought, a glorious history that he might have had, or contemplating a personal lineage that assumes greater importance with every passing day, the Baron’s memories, real or imagined, lend him comfort.
His full title is ‘Mayor & Colonel A K Ruddegan, President & CEO’ His selfishness and corruption is legendary, his power total. But there’s a Revolution coming down the road that not even Mayor Ruddegan and all his thuggish Tom Cats can stop!
Brother Jeroboam strikes an imposing figure seated in the saddle of his horse, Righteous, and preaching fire and brimstone from the pulpit of his hounds-only Cathedral in Molars Post.
Mick The Bass Hound
If you spot a stage in Alveridgea, you’ll find Mick the Bass Hound. He’ll be holding down the bottom for the likes of Stub Tail Tonks and Missing Tooth Memphis.
An Inspiring Original Soundtrack
Experience the Sounds of Alveridgea
Curl up under a tumbleroot and jam to original tunes out of Reveler’s Green to discover how Lonely Dog’s songs changed his world.
A Word From Our Past Guests
See what all the fuss is about.
This was by far the best experience we have had in a very long time. From the moment we walked in we were greeted and treated like family. The show itself was beautifully done and so vivid. We were stunned by the graphics, the music, and the storyline.
The immersive art was so pretty we stayed to watch the show a second time before going through the art gallery.
Ok when I first booked this was skeptical just wanted something casual to kind of do on a day off, but once inside I don’t think I ever stopped smiling!
Amazing experience! So glad they’re bringing something new and different to Orlando. The place is huge, we took 2hrs or a bit more exploring everything without rushing and enjoyed every minute of it
This was an amazing experience. I would recommend going here. Great date night or for families. I have never been to a place like this before. It’s a lot of fun. There is a show in a room that it is like a VR walk through. It’s a fun story.
We recently hosted a corporate event at the Lonely Dog Immersive Experience in Orlando and were absolutely blown away by the exceptional service and unique atmosphere the venue offers.
Really amazing place! Beautiful story, art, and imagery, fun music, and incredibly friendly and accommodating staff. Spread the word — this place deserves the recognition and I think will quickly become and Orlando favorite!
I visited the Lonely Dog Immersive Experience with my family and we had a blast! The show was amazing, with stunning visuals and catchy songs that made us feel like we were part of Lonely Dog’s world. The story was funny, touching, and exciting.
We had so much fun. Everyone was so friendly. The visuals were amazing and the music was even better. Its a must see.
Totally unique experience and environment from when you first walk through the doors. Heading through a mine entrance into the immersive video experience that’s hard to describe if you’ve never been to a 360 degree theater. Incredible sound and imagery coupled with a meaningful story line.