Dystopian Sound Show, Fresh From London, Heads to North America
The New York Times
Three producers — in New York, Washington and Toronto — aim to offer the show, “Blindness,” for socially distanced, masked audience members.
A British theater found a hit during the pandemic with “Blindness,” a sound installation in which masked and socially distanced audience members spend 75 minutes listening to Juliet Stevenson perform an adaptation of José Saramago’s dystopian novel about a society afflicted by an epidemic.
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