Already closed | 1h 5m | Midtown W

The Hidden Ones

From 8 member  reviews
Members say: Absorbing, Exquisite, Resonant, Profound, Intense

About the show

Set near the end of WW II, this dance-heavy immersive piece ushers 6 audience members on a journey to a secret location, where they are smuggled into a world of true stories of those forced into hiding. More…

"The Hidden Ones" brings the audience face to face not only with history, but with stories of raw love and humanity as they observe two families work to overcome extraordinary circumstances in the darkest of times. The Hidden Ones shows how hope can survive turmoil, how passion can thrive in the bleakest of times, and how silence can speak deafening volumes.

Location details are provided via email after purchase. Recommended for ages 16+.

1h 5m | Already closed | Unspecified venue - NY (Midtown W)

November 5th, 2018
"Director Anthony Logan Cole is economical both with visual design and his direction of the performers. Every movement is telling, every silent motion pumps with love, dignity, fear, anger or despair...The use of silence is haunting and the effect is more dramatic when it is broken...A new kind o...
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November 17th, 2018
“A spare and chilling immersive theater piece...Seven audience members...witness the cast of seven silently go about their day...Even the most well-positioned and perceptive audience member is allowed only a very limited glimpse of all that’s going on...And there’s not that much going on...Yet, b...
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November 10th, 2018
"An immersive theatrical experience that resonates with deafening power...I was moved by the families tenderness with each other under these horrifying times...A short narrative tying in the families given for the participating audience may have better served to anchor the reality in which we wer...
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November 10th, 2018
"'The Hidden Ones' is most brilliant in its simplest moments, and one of its most profound experiential themes is how difficult it is to be quiet, especially under the tremendous pressure of fear and paranoia...Although the production is largely wordless and the characters are entirely nameless, ...
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