Lake Highlands’ Cole and Jencey Keeton have done it again. Their pop-up gallery received attention a few months ago for neon cacti, bath tubs filled with Swedish fish and cotton candy, now Sweet Tooth Hotel presents “Disturbance: An immersive theatrical experience.”

The Sweet Tooth Hotel is working with the Arts Mission Oak Cliff to present an interactive adventure for fans of theater, dance and mystery.

“Let’s party like it’s 1999, you’re invited to countdown to Y2K New Year with the permanent residents of Sweet Tooth Hotel. All guests checking into the Sweet Tooth Hotel experience everlasting beauty, immortality and the promise of being escalated into the upper echelon of social media influencer society,” says the event page.

This interactive experience will transform the Sweet Tooth Hotel on Friday and Saturday nights in October to present a show where the audience “strives to discover if they can alter the ending or become trapped in never-ending enigma.”

Audience will move freely throughout the hotel at their own pace while discovering different pieces of puzzle to uncover the mystery.

Performances are Oct. 4-5, 11, 18-19, and 25-26. General admission tickets $35 with the option to add a signature cocktail for $50. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show will be held 8:30 to 9:30.