The Spectator & the Blind Man: Stories of Seeing & Not-Seeing

nytheatre.com review by Ed Malin
The characters in this show are all very sexy for the way they helped give “light” to the blind during and after the Age of Enlightenment.
It starts with the host of the show, writer-director-costumer designer Dr. ML Godin, an obviously big-hearted scholar who is determined to bring this history to the people through an accessible “steam punk aesthetic”. Ms. Godin introduces six monologists who, in a refreshingly real, non-period piece style which I find . . . READ MORE

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