Based on a dystopian novel by José Saramago, Blindness is an immersive audio-theater experience in which audience members listen to a captivating albeit petrifying story narrated by the British actress Juliet Stevenson. Enthralling and vivid, Stevenson’s voice seems to be created for the medium as she tells the story of a man that inexplicably goes blind and kicks off a blindness pandemic that forces an unnamed city—and, eventually, an unnamed country and the world as a whole—to go into quarantine, where the very worst ends up happening. It's like a Black Mirror episode of the life we’ve been living for a year. Read Anna Rahmanan's full review here.
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