Already closed | 1h 30m | Brooklyn

Top Secret International (State 1)

From 4 member  reviews
Members say: Clever, Resonant, Ambitious, Relevant, Clever concept

About the show

Rimini Protokoll presents the US premiere of this algorithmic-based interactive theater experience in the Brooklyn Museum. Part of the Public Theater's Under the Radar festival. More…

In this fully immersive experience, audiences wander the Egyptian Wing of the museum attempting to uncover international intelligence networks. Where will the mission take you? Who can be trusted? And what happens when the game is over? And is it a game at all? Rimini Protokoll is comprised of theater makers Helgard Kim Haug, Stefan Kaegi, and Daniel Wetzel, who have been working collaboratively since 2000. Their stage productions, sound and radio plays, films, and installations deal with the theatrical elements of our reality.

1h 30m | Already closed | Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn)

Member Reviews (4)

MEMBERS SAY:

Clever, Resonant, Ambitious, Relevant, Clever concept

49
Disappointing, Overrated, Banal

See it if you've never been to something like this (experiential theatre)

Don't see it if you have been to any experiential theatre as this just doesn't cut it - quite disappointing


January 9th, 2017
"Technology is too often a gimmick, but in 'Top Secret,' technology is the show’s mode of delivery and its subject. And, as so often happens in real life, technology was the bane of my experience, with numerous glitches...The most compelling part of the show is the way it turns audience members i...
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January 13th, 2017
"Feels rather disorganized, with interviews playing in your head while you’re remembering where to walk to next, interrupted by brief cursory dealings with the art around you. None of it coheres into anything more than a vaguely intelligent rambling discussion of high-tech surveillance...Yes, it’...
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January 10th, 2017
"An ambitious new form of documentary theater…The metatheatrical marvel of this show is that it processes you as you process the Egyptian artifacts on display…Your mission as a spy is a pretense, meant to engage you in the play’s documentary materials. And it’s a deviously smart ploy. By teaching...
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