The audience has put on their Sensory Deprivation Masks. Blindfolded, they are led one by one to a room booming with the sound of children at play. Overheard above the noise are murmurs of confusion and excitement from the audience.
Ghost River Theatre’s production of Ray Bradbury’s short story Tomorrow’s Child is the first installment in the company’s Six Senses Performance Series. As advertised by the company, the production is an “audio experience created for a blindfolded audience.” Continue reading