Photo Flash: First Look At New WWII Immerive THE HIDDEN ONES
The Hidden Ones, a new production opening this fall in Brooklyn, tells the story of how hope can survive turmoil, how passion can thrive in the bleakest of times, and how silence can speak deafening volumes. Set in a time near the end of World War II, this dance-heavy immersive piece ushers 12 audience members on a journey into a secret location where they are smuggled into a world of true stories of those forced into hiding. 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 production was created by Anthony Logan Cole (Les Miserables, CURIOSITIES) and choreographed by Hector Cerna (The Metropolitan Opera). Cole believes that, "With everything happening in our world today, these stories need to be remembered. We are living amongst the last remaining Holocaust survivors, and the relevance and power of their stories mustn't fade from our memories."
The production team includes immersive, Broadway, and film veterans who have crafted unique experiences for each of the show's audience members, including Scenic Design and Art by Braden Hooter and Production/General Management by Green Lite Productions. The Hidden Ones is produced by Jess Weiss, John Lant, Lyle Sterne, and Tyler Oberle.
Performances begin October 3, 2018 for a limited run. Tickets are available now via www.TheHiddenNYC.com or via the direct ticketing link here. The production is recommended for ages 16+. Location details are only provided after purchase via email.