You should understand spanish to go, once you are there… you will have a blast!!! One of the best experience of my life.
A really unique experience. I could easily see this being in any big US city. I don't want to add any spoilers here about what happens but we were very impressed with the creativity in describing scenarios without the use of sight. Would not recommend if you don't speak fluent spanish. Beware that a group of teenagers may ruin the... More
One of the best shows I ever assisted! Fantastic way to feel the entire show, since you enter to the place you can't see. But you can feel, smell and listen everything. It's really amazing!
Maybe I went to the wrong show, but after being led in in the dark, some chirpy woman kept saying caramelo caramelo and handing out crappy Halloween candy I would have tossed when I was a kid. Then a silly play started with sound effects and some guy who came in twice and yelled "[--] you" in English. My wife... More
Theatre in a way you've never experienced it and a window into learning the world without relying on sight, oftentimes shows are interactive, but since there's no visuals your Spanish has to be very good
Increíble. Fui a "Luces de Libertad" con mis amigos y nos encanta el espectáculo. Debes ir cuando estas en Buenos Aires. I went while I was learning spanish and although I didn't understand all the words, the sound, smell, and voices helped paint a picture without the actual words. It's also amazing for practicing your listening skills
We went for the Pink Floyd Musical. I do recommend this if you have the time and some spare money to spend. While they played the music in the dark, it was amazing how dark it gets and the sound quality was great. I can imagine a play being a really great experience in that setting. The entire talking part... More
An experience you can not imagine, not even closing your eyes. Felling a play through your smell, ears and skill in amazing. First 5 minutes you get unconfortable, but then you forget about the dark and your mind start playing, almost like in a book.
Almost perfect! Except for one thing: they put you in couple shared tables when you go with company. Apart from that, it's an unique experience: make sure you go to the Dinner included show.
After being guided in like a herd of baby elephants and gently escorted to our seats we were introduced to the table layout: where to find the starter, main course and pudding, bread and wine glass. The experience is set in total darkness which meant every other sense becomes very acute. Sitting with strangers around a table in the pitch... More
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