Here there are Blueberries (New York Theatre Workshop)
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Here there are Blueberries (New York Theatre Workshop)

Here there are Blueberries (New York Theatre Workshop) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(127 Ratings)
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Absorbing, Intelligent, Thought-provoking, Great staging, Relevant

About the Show

Unveil the haunting truth of Nazi-era photographs in a gripping tale of humanity and history.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (65)

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278 Reviews | 57 Followers
Intense, Profound, Must see, Intelligent, Great staging

See it if Absolutely amazing drama about the discovery of an album of photographs taken of staff of concentration camp.

Don't see it if You would be offended by mass murderers being treated as almost human.

191 Reviews | 25 Followers
Thought-provoking, Masterful, Intelligent, Great staging, Great writing

See it if you like serious drama about a subject matter that makes one think.

Don't see it if you do not appreciate docudrama style of theater. Read more

461 Reviews | 153 Followers
Thoughtful, Resonant, Poignant, Unembellished, Absorbing

See it if Tectonic keeps it fresh. Another landmark docudrama from the best. U love museums, libraries, archives. Emotions controlled but intense.

Don't see it if prefer fiction only, or to “do your own research” by scanning 2 wikis, joining a subreddit, & foregoing contact with primary sources Read more

280 Reviews | 47 Followers
Profound, Relevant, Great acting, Great staging, Great writing

See it if you enjoy docu-dramas and want to learn something new/experience a new perspective regarding the Holocaust.

Don't see it if you do not enjoy docu-dramas (the piece is very cerebral), and/or not in a place to spend 90 minutes exploring the Holocaust.

87 Reviews | 6 Followers
Relevant, Must see, Great writing, Absorbing

See it if you are looking for a powerful, different approach to the holocaust. MUST SEE.

Don't see it if you prefer lighter topics or musicals.

340 Reviews | 53 Followers
Thought-provoking, Resonant, Powerful

See it if Imagine staff outings at Aushwitz captured in a quaint photo album coming to light in the 21st century. Try to understand it.

Don't see it if This is a must see.There is no explicit violence just the smiles of the perpetrators eating blueberries. Read more

792 Reviews | 250 Followers
Profound, Intense, Eye opening, Disturbing, Thought-provoking

See it if Photo album depicts “ordinary” life of Auschwitz staff, including teenage girls. Murder made routine by Nazi belief system. Gut wrenching.

Don't see it if You aren’t up for holocaust non-fiction. Actors play real people and talk to the audience. A little preachy. Read more

62 Reviews | 9 Followers
Profound, Intelligent, Great acting, Epic, Absorbing

See it if want a show that dives into history, who and when ppl are complicit in war crimes, and how we glue the pieces of the past together.

Don't see it if want a feel-good drama or comedy. This is a dry docudrama and you have to be in the right headspace to appreciate it.

Critic Reviews (11)

The New York Times
May 13th, 2024

"...dramatized documentary that looks at its subject from an unusual angle"
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The New York Times
May 18th, 2024

“ 'Blueberries' moves forward artfully, telling the true tale of the pictures"
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New York Theatre Guide
May 13th, 2024

"uncovering a lesser-known snapshot of history"
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New York Magazine / Vulture
May 14th, 2024

"it has been built, piece by deliberately laid piece, over years"
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The Observer
May 13th, 2024

"Here There Are Blueberries...invites us to gaze beyond the frame."
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May 13th, 2024

"...rolls out with the deft showmanship of a particularly good mystery novel"
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Lighting & Sound America
May 22nd, 2024

“Over the course of ninety minutes, you may have to remind yourself to breathe.”
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Front Row Center
May 13th, 2024

" a more of a documentary than a play."
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