What Audiences Are Saying About Invisible Man

by:  Thom Dunn at 01/15/2013

Have you seen Invisible Man? Please share your comments with us.



  • In the final moment of the play, Invisible Man declares, "Who knows but that, on the lower frequencies, I speak for you?" When have you felt invisible? Did this story speak for you? 
  • Theatre and novels are two very different methods of telling a story. Have you read Ralph Ellison's original novel? Do you think this was a successful stage adaptation? Do you think the theatrical elements -- the video projections, Invisible Man's narration, etc. -- were effective in telling the story?
  • Did you attend a post-show conversation? What comments surprised you or made you think differently about the play? Would you attend a post-show conversation again? What were you thinking about on the way home from the theatre?

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Thom Dunn is the Web & New Media Manager at the Huntington, meaning it's his job to play around on the Internet and make things cool. He handles all of the video content and social media as well, and has the biggest computer monitor in the office. Like, ginormous.

Outside of the Huntington, Thom is a writer, musician, and homebrewer. It's all pretty cool. You can find out more about it at thomdunn.net.

 
 

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