‘Blindness’ Sets Opening, Off Broadway and Indoors

An audio adaptation of the celebrated novel has no live actors and was a pandemic hit in London. In New York it will play to 50 people per show.

‘Blindness’ Sets Opening, Off Broadway And Indoors

The New York Times – by Michael Paulson

An immersive audio adaptation of José Saramago’s dystopian novel “Blindness” will be among the first productions to open in New York City since the coronavirus pandemic shuttered theaters a year ago.

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