Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience
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Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience
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Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience NYC Reviews and Tickets

68%
(20 Reviews)
Positive
65%
Mixed
20%
Negative
15%
Members say
Intelligent, Absorbing, Entertaining, Disappointing, Clever

About the Show

This multimedia production brings the works of these two Renaissance men into a brand-new, contemporary light. 

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Member Reviews (20)

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Dated, Indulgent, Disappointing

See it if You know little about the artists and do not mind poor quality “audio visuals” and an annoying lecturer. I could not wait to Escape.

Don't see it if You expect excellent ( or at least, decent ) quality visuals in a production about artists. Dislike annoying repetitive commentary. Read more

40
Boring, Banal, Confusing, Slow, Disappointing

See it if You like slide shows.

Don't see it if You are expecting to be entertained or amazed. This is NOT theater, or even a show. It’s a guy talking randomly with pictures. Read more

45
Entertaining, Disappointing, Banal

See it if You want a simplified tension of two great artists lives. It was a good primer for young people.

Don't see it if You want a sophisticated understanding of the artists. Also the narrator is annoying and repetitive to say the least.

Critic Reviews (2)

TheaterScene.net
August 28th, 2019

"Described as a multimedia production, 'Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience' is actually a lecture created and performed by art historian Mark Rodgers to slides of the masterpieces of these two geniuses. Both enlightening and dense, the performance by this animated and exuberant lecturer tells you a bit more than you can take in in one sitting."
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CurtainUp
August 22nd, 2019

"His voice catches on a plaintive note, then crescendos to peals of laughter. Is this Lear? Is this Hamlet? No, it's just Mark Rodgers...delivering a 2-hour lecture performance."
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