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Dark Eyes

From 5 member  reviews
Members say: Absorbing, Resonant, Thought-provoking, Profound, Intelligent

About the show

Cloud of Fools presents a Gothic-style folktale about one boy's coming of age that fuses vibrant storytelling, wicked humor, and physical theater.  More…

In early industrial Europe, a young boy with more to lose than he thinks goes looking for adventure in a forbidden forest. On his journey into the unknown, the people he encounters are not what they seem—though perhaps there is one among them keeping a sharp eye on his soul. For audiences ages 14 and up.

Member Reviews (5)


Absorbing, Resonant, Thought-provoking, Profound, Intelligent

Absorbing, Resonant, Thought-provoking

See it if You have a taste for creative choreography, mysteriously captivating story, you are drawn to the darker, twisted things.

Don't see it if You like hours of character development.

Also This performance is short and succint, and leaves you wanting more! Fe... Read more Read less

Absorbing, Great staging, Intelligent, Resonant

See it if You like visceral art. It shows the story's beauty & sorrow through movement. It encapsulates you in the story and leaves you wanting more.

Don't see it if You can't handle the epic.

Great acting, Thought-provoking, Riveting, Absorbing, Profound

See it if you enjoy theatre that resembles no other show before it, and if you want to be truly moved.

Don't see it if you don't like unique, thought-provoking work.

Also A wonderful piece that uses movement in a masterful way--riveting!

Entertaining, Intelligent, Profound

See it if you enjoy tales of humanity and adventure. Most people should be able to appreciate the movement and storytelling from all the characters.

Don't see it if you are looking for an overly light-hearted or silly story

Absorbing, Edgy, Empowering

See it if Rachel Kodweis has beautifully crafted fantasy, social commentary + adventure, with endless physical humor + a killer ending! SEE THIS PLAY!

Don't see it if you don't like thinking.

“Dark Eyes” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

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