New York | Already closed

Inside the Wild Heart (2018)

From 1 critic and 4 member reviews
Members say: Absorbing, Great acting, Ambitious, Clever, Enchanting

About the show

Group.BR invites you to an immersive theatrical experience based on the works of Clarice Lispector, Brazil's most acclaimed female writer. More…

The show integrates visual arts, film, music, and performance art, to embody the writer’s deepest feelings, serving as an entry point to Clarice's work, still mostly unknown in the US. The work explores themes such as identity, solitude, madness, violence, faith, time, violence, maternity, childhood and freedom.

Already closed | Aich Studios (Gramercy)

No Proscenium

“The bizarre, wonderful world of Lispector brought to life...The performances are no holds barred and the strength of Lispector’s prose really shines...The setup of the space also means that multiple characters and scenes are always colliding in a beautiful sort of chaos. That said, 'Inside the Wild Heart' can be a challenging show...Lispector’s eccentric, stream-of-conscious style lends itself well to an immersive adaptation." Full Review

Absorbing, Great acting, Great writing, Profound, Relevant

See it if you want to live a real immersive theater experience. If you love poetry and literature. If you want to live Clarice´s work.

Don't see it if you have no idea how to enjoy or live an immersive theater experience.

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Delightful, Enchanting, Exquisite, Intelligent, Masterful

See it if you want a fantastic immersive experience, exploring the work of an author who deserves so much attention, clever, witty and very memorable

Don't see it if you want a traditional play, dislike moving around a townhouse space, or aren't willing to explore

Absorbing, Clever, Enchanting, Ambitious

See it if You like immersive theater, enjoy powerful imagery and free association.

Don't see it if If you expect to follow a linear story, hate being immersed and/or on your feet, and were hoping you'd really "get" Clarice Lispector.

Absorbing, Clever, Ambitious, Great acting, Unique

See it if you appreciate new theatrical forms. The 'play' unfolds as actions, some of them occurring simultaneously in different spaces in a home.

Don't see it if you require a classical narrative that unfolds chronologically.

Cast & Creatives (19)