Tony Award winning playwright Simon Stephens adapts Nobel Prize-winner José Saramago’s dystopian novel and immerses audiences in a gripping experience using headphones to narrate the story, lighting and atmospheric design. "Blindness" depicts how a society dismantles after a wave of sudden blindness disables a town. In a race for power and survival emerges hope, humanity and strength.
Voice actor Daniel Hillard has lost his job, his marriage, and his kids. Desperate to find a way to remain in their lives and with the help of his make-up artist brother Frank, he disguises himself as Euphegenia Doubtfire, a Scottish nanny with a big heart. As Hillard spends more time in his new body, he learns about what it means to be a father. Directed by Jerry Zaks and starring Rob McClure.