"Using extensive video and a cast of five, the piece is overcrowded and scattershot. Intermittently, though, it is an incisive meditation on age and youth, the female body as an object of art and desire…Kohler is also experimenting with evoking a phenomenon known as A.S.M.R., a tingling relaxation...Still, it’s hard to imagine that a show as frenetic and unfocused as 'Mytho?' could bring about any sense of relaxation, let alone a heightened one. Meaning to be layered, it’s a jumble instead."
"It fails to ensnare us in the emotional journey or engage us creatively. ‘MYTHO?’ feels forced and in some ways juvenile as it tries to push the boundaries of sensory interactions and stimuli…The focus hasn’t been crafted well enough to keep us fully engaged. The writing feels messy, self-indulgent, and not fully fleshed out. The multiple storylines layered on top of each other only create noise and dysfunction, leaving little room for contemplation."