The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes (Under the Radar 2020)
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The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes (Under the Radar 2020) NYC Reviews and Tickets

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About the Show

This new work weaves a narrative through the ethics of mass food production, human rights, the social impact of automation and the projected dominance of artificial intelligence in the world.

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Critic Reviews (7)

The New York Times
January 13th, 2020

"When Disability Isn’t a Special Need but a Special Skill: Two productions at the Under the Radar Festival ask if the theater is ready to embrace the artistry of autism and other once disqualifying conditions."
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New York Magazine / Vulture
January 14th, 2020

"What’s Over the Top at the Under the Radar Festival?"
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BroadwayWorld
January 20th, 2020

"UNDER THE RADAR: 'FEOS' & 'THE SHADOW WHOSE PREY THE HUNTER BECOMES' at The Public Theater"
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New York Stage Review
January 12th, 2020

5/5 Stars. "Under the Radar import from Australia is unexpectedly brilliant."
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Theatre is Easy
January 19th, 2020

"A series of conversations about the dialogue around political correctness…the cast, all disabled…each debate that description of themselves…The collectively built text speaks well to the uncertainties around ethics and language in our time."
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Front Row Center
January 10th, 2020

Score: 96%. "The Public Theater's always enlightening Under the Radar Series in its 16th year is now in full swing with 22 offerings and one of its most impressive is 'The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes.'"
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New York Theater
January 9th, 2020

"The long arty title and the vague, grand description are misleading. 'The Shadow etc.' has a straightforward subject and a clear point of view: 'We are a group of people with disabilities, fighting oppression and injustice,' says one of the four performers."
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