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"The book and the staging seemed to me to be deliberately clunky, campy, and amateur, and while most of the time we all took great delight in this…Some of the time, we did not. That being said: This show is a marvel. Twist’s puppetry is worthy of any grant, genius or otherwise, and one should never pass up the opportunity to see Joey Arias or Julie Atlas Muse, even when they may not be performing the best material. And it’s Halloween! What more reason do you need? Go. Now." Full Review
for a previous production "Affectless, monotonous, stark, and tremendously poetic. Beautiful, really...It forces the audience to be in a room with themselves and to recognize, in the characters and drama unfolding onstage, the depressingly mundane existence within this unsolvable matrix we call life. I understand how terrifying that sounds, but (just as in real life) there are moments in which you can do nothing else but laugh at it all." Full Review
for a previous production "The erotic numbers soared while the Baroque-inspired pieces did not...Come for the performances—from Cirque-like dance to Lana Del Rey-like singing—and stay for the libations served before, during, and after the show. And good news: the show was just extended. And where better to spend one of those romantic dates you promised yourself you’d have in 2015?" Full Review