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"Alas, only the circus acts soar, sometimes literally, as the show’s musical and film elements play, at best, dutiful and uninspired parts…The lyrics are frequently lost in mushy diction and unreliable amplification, which is sometimes just as well for rhymes like 'poet' with 'know it.'...Of course, Indigo will still live on the silver screen, even if—as the star of 'Paramour'—that screen is lackluster and only occasionally brightened by the odd tumble or flying act." Full Review
"The arc of the narrative—with its sometimes wild twists and turns—climaxes in the heartbreaking ends met first by Ramona and then by Ermon, all capped by an apotheosis-like denouement...This is a production that would require multiple viewings for English speakers to grasp all the nuances." Full Review
"With no more than a lone, brief mimetic gesture drawing the shape of long ears, Mr. Roe, a winning, straight-faced, fair-haired actor with a light scruff of a beard, came to be accepted as a stuffed, plush toy, thanks to the graceful and inventive direction in this confidently shaped production...The oohs and aahs that spread through the audience came mostly, though not exclusively, from the cooing children." Full Review