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for a previous production "'Vietgone’s' strengths are the themes it brings up, the Vietnamese perspective it provides to the audience, and its individual scenes...The irreverent dialogue captures the emotions the characters deal with. The unexpected moments of whimsy, fantasy, and fourth wall breaking also really elevate the play...'Vietgone' is not perfect, but it is surprising and unconventional and poignant." Full Review
for a previous production "Cainer is presenting himself as a modern troubadour. The one downside of this style is that at times it feels like a song has gone on for too long. But then I’ll hear a cheeky bit of rhyming, and I’m sucked back in. The songs are funny and tragic and loving…It’s touching how appreciative and passionate Cainer is about his family…Do you have to be Jewish to appreciate the show?...The non-Jewish members of the audience were clapping and singing in Yiddish too." Full Review