'Seeing You' transports audiences into a memory of a not-so-distant wartime anxiety, told through a mix of choreography and intimate encounters. A singular experience, the music-filled 'Seeing You' unfolds inside a historic expanse, bringing audiences close to a tight-knit Hoboken community during WWII suddenly at odds as patriotism gives way to uncertainty and fear. Since there is no seating during the show, please wear comfortable clothing and shoes for moving. No one under 18 will be admitted.
See it if you enjoy experiential theater. Light plot to weave all the parts together nicely. Beautiful choreography. Touching. Fun!!
Don't see it if you don't want to move around/stand for 90 min. You need words to tell you exactly what's happening at all times.
See it if You like immersive theater & dance shows. Actors give compelling performances & are excellent dancers. Impressive staging/direction.
Don't see it if You don't want to participate & be put in the middle of the story & don't want to be on your feet for 90min. It's a cool unique experience.
See it if You like immersive shows. This one rocks! Easy enough to follow without being impossible to figure out yet vague enough for interpretation.
Don't see it if You have a hard time getting around or don't like being "herded" around in the dark or in flashing lights with lots of loud music/sounds.
See it if you like immersive theater and dance. Complexly staged and quite beautiful at points, but also intense. Still a WOW factor! Well-staged.
Don't see it if haunting tales of war, moving around a theater, or immersive style shows are not your thing.
See it if you enjoy being in the middle of the action and being moved through various setups/scenes. Some intense moments to communicate war anxieties
Don't see it if you want a show with a clear plot or to sit comfortably. The scenes where everyone was gathered around the stage were less effective.
See it if You love interactive shows and WWII history. It was obvious how much work and heart was put into the process.
Don't see it if If you don’t like having to actively seek out the plot. I hunted actors down. I was pulled out of the story when it wasn’t clear where to go
See it if you want to have your romantic notions of the WWII era called into question in a compelling and evocative way
Don't see it if you fear audience participation
See it if Wasn't sure what to expect, but I loved this. Yes, it was entertaining, but it was also surprisingly beautiful and moving.
Don't see it if When it comes to boot camp vs. giving blood, go with giving blood. The boot camp was a little too in-your-face for my comfort.
See it if Cam't think of anything to recommend it. This should have been so much better considering the talents behind it. Complete disaster.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy a totally disorganized project that was not ready to be produced No story at all. Disappointing and too expensive!
See it if You want an evening of well performed immersive dance/theatre, with a relevant message
Don't see it if You have problems moving, or are expecting the scale and scope of SNM and other immersive pieces
See it if You enjoy immersive theater and interacting with the actors as well as the audience. If you like shows with dance,singing,good mix of music
Don't see it if You don't like moving around the whole time in dark, strobe,fog,interactions with actors and audience, dance,war
See it if you're a fan of immersive and interactive stagings. This theatrical event uses dance and movement direction to tell the story really well.
Don't see it if you don't like non-traditional shows. You're on your feet for 90 minutes being ushered around the space, and you are truly part of the show.
See it if you love immersive theatre that uses an unconventional space in a truly brilliant way.
Don't see it if you are triggered by war themes.
See it if you like theatricalized dance, want an intimate and moving experience that asks questions but rarely gives you answers.
Don't see it if you need a clear & tidy plot, dislike dance, don't want to stand for 90 minutes straight, are uncomfortable in dark spaces.
See it if you want a good taste of immersive theater. You like war-era themes. You are looking for something unique and entertaining.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with war-era simulation. You prefer literal, speaking plays.
See it if You enjoy immersive theatre, and/or want to see something a little different. There is some great dancing, and fun little encounters.
Don't see it if You don't like standing a moving about. It's hard to follow, and often feels like you're just being herded from place to place.
See it if you loved sleep no more and if you're very comfortable with immersive/interactive theater.
Don't see it if you can only see it alone. def go with a pal as it can get awkward.
See it if You like immersive theatre/dance. The dance is definitely the strong point in terms of storytelling. Scenes are so-so but there aren't many.
Don't see it if You don't want patriotic views of America challenged.
See it if You are looking for a new kind of experience. See it if you like immersive theater, or if you appreciate artistry
Don't see it if You are scared of immersive theater and the unknown
See it if You will seeing anything as long as it's immersive theater
Don't see it if This is not even close to the caliber of Sleep No More. Bizarre, incoherent storyline. Plus, my friend got fake blood all over her.
See it if You've never experienced a show with direct address, or you've never seen Sleep No More
Don't see it if You hate bad writing, lack of vision, you have a background in dramaturgy, you've seen Sleep No More, you don't like standing for 90 minutes
See it if Have seen Sleep No More many times, I'm disappointed to see that they pulled the same stuff from an already established production.
Don't see it if Don't see this show if you expect all the kinks to be worked out. They have a ways to go.
See it if you live in an ignorant fantasy land of not knowing how ruthless the Japanese were and what they planned to do to innocent American civilans
Don't see it if you are patriotic, support the military, or have any respect for veterans. The deplorable producers of this atrocity should be ashamed!