I Can't See
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I Can't See
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I Can't See NYC Reviews and Tickets

24%
(2 Reviews)
Positive
50%
Mixed
0%
Negative
50%
Members say
Slow, Ambitious, Edgy, Insipid, Clever

About the Show

Based on the classic ghost story "The Toll House," Psycho Clan's new immersive horror experience takes place in complete darkness.

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Member Reviews (2)

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Slow, Insipid, Disappointing

See it if Don't see it.

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Dizzying, Edgy, Ambitious, Clever, Entertaining

See it if You like something really out of the box. Like to be unnerved and involved in the action. Like to be scared

Don't see it if You don’t like to be blindfolded

Critic Reviews (3)

BroadwayWorld
October 4th, 2019

"Immersive Production I CAN'T SEE Frights and Delights Manhattan"
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Theater Pizzazz
October 5th, 2019

"Everyone involved is sweet, the guiding hands are soft (at least mine were), and the…experience…is less chilly than the weather outside. Unless you're claustrophobic…you, like me, may find 'I Can't See' more quietly amusing than soil-your-pants creepy. Not quite the desired effect, I'd say."
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Theatre is Easy
October 3rd, 2019

"'I Can't See' reminds me of those DIY 'haunted houses' you might have created as a kid…even smells come into play. But for some reason, only the gross ones...Psycho Clan would be good to remember that their audience-who are blindfolded-might be more vulnerable than they would imagine."
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