Bliss NYC Reviews and Tickets

(7 Reviews)
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Intelligent, Thought-provoking, Ambitious, Absorbing, Profound

About the Show

Black Moon Theatre Company presents a new multi-disciplinary show inspired by 'The Tibetan Book of the Dead.'

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Critic Reviews (4)

Lighting & Sound America
September 19th, 2016

"So devoted to its own particular notion of the sublime, so in love with its distinctly mandarin style, that entertainment is never a possibility; indeed, it seems not to have even been considered…The entire enterprise feels undone by its unwillingness to toss even the tiniest bone to the audience. The projections are often quite beautiful, and the lighting is equally accomplished. But staring at a scrim for a full hour can wear one down, especially if so little is happening behind it."
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Theatre is Easy
September 12th, 2016

"One feels that they’re intended to abandon the words and simply absorb everything that comes. Charlotte Colmant’s dance is always energetically full and beautiful...All individual design elements sink pleasantly into the inexorable, meditative flow of the piece. Yet the authority of this flow is questioned…Perhaps this gentleness is where the production falls short…It's a peaceful experience, certainly, but perhaps not an enlightening or personal one for the viewer."
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Times Square Chronicles
September 10th, 2016

"Had there been a way to exit I would have done so after 5 minutes, instead I was trapped in this vocal hell...Everything is done so slow and so badly it is agonizing. One hour seemed like an eternity. Only the projections or the art work by Estella Dupree had any merit. Even the music by Amaury Groc was mediocre. This is a must-skip unless you want to be in purgatory."
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September 13th, 2016

"'Bliss' might well be just what you’re looking for if you’re in the mood for wild storytelling infused with highly stylized dance and drama...It ventures into many thought-provoking concepts including the denial of death, the accumulation of power in one's lifetime, as well as our obsession with the culture of youth. No, this is not for the lighthearted...This is not a show that would be everyone’s cup of tea. However, for you adventurous souls...check it out."
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