Such a rich, evocative space, I wanted to get lost in it. I stayed for three hours but wish I’d been there for all six.
Collins has become widely regarded for the innovative visual aesthetic of the company’s work.
Takes the concert experience and turns it into something private and luxe.
Best encapsulates New York theater’s artistic psyche.
There’s an incredible intimacy to the piece as you’re staring into the faces and eyes of the performers who can’t see you.
The piece was born out of a desire to provide audience members with a front-seat view of a live performance; the six-hour run time came from wanting to play to as many people as possible.
Temporary Distortion just keep elevating their game… Newyorkland passes their other, already high bar.
The hallmark of this company is a tight integration of style and substance.
It’s one of the most honest works of theatre you will ever see.
Seamless and gorgeous… a dreamy, poetic, abstracted and sometimes scary meditation.
Newyorkland is a fascinating window into a cop’s often isolating experiences.
What is remarkable about the performance is its amplification of your senses.
A hypnotic and sumptuous theatrical presentation.
An original and important evening of theater.
Mind-blowing video images and theatrical tension, a nightmarish pop aesthetic that deserves your attention.
Legitimately frightening…ravishing, cinematic video.
Austere works that nevertheless are hip and rock ‘n’ roll in their aesthetic.
A transnational ghost story for the 21st century.
There’s something immediately confronting about the work of Temporary Distortion.
You are not likely to see anything like it. And if you do you may very well be dreaming.
A facinating theatrical space in which time is fractured and dream and reality cannot be separated.
Like the powerful acting, much of the imagery contained in the film proves mesmerizing.
A captivating, hypnotic, and mesmerizing work of art, easily one of the best plays I’ve seen this year.
One of the most beautiful, integrated, and disturbing meditations I’ve seen in quite some time.
Quietly explodes some of the conventional ideas of what theatre is, and it’s staggering.
So uniquely compelling–controlled to the point of ultimate enthrallment–that you won’t soon forget this show.