Inspired by the music of Hank Williams, Roy Orbison, and Patsy Cline, and told almost entirely without dialogue, 'Lula del Ray' is the story of a lonely adolescent girl who lives with her mother on the outskirts of a vast satellite field in the mid-20th-century American Southwest. After a chance encounter over the radio, Lula becomes obsessed with a soulful country music duo, the Baden Brothers. Inspired by their music, she runs away from home and into a world of danger, deception, and disappointment.
See it if you are open to new forms. Unlike anything I have seen before a delightful combination of live performance, drawings & stick puppets.
Don't see it if you are expecting a traditional theatrical experience. This is unique and charming but it is preformed without words to live music.
See it if see it for the incredible means of storytelling. The use of puppetry and overhead projector is incredible. Unlike anything I've ever seen.
Don't see it if you are essentially watching a silent film (with a beautiful live score) but there is no dialogue and the narrative does drag a little bit.
See it if you enjoy a fun story of a young girl and her big dreams / enjoy seeing the behind the scenes of shadow puppet storytelling
Don't see it if you want to see a play - it is much more a cinematic experience - or if you want something with a meatier plot
See it if You love movement. You like compelling stories and are open to no dialogue. You like exploring the craft of theater.
Don't see it if You only like traditional theater. You are looking for a show with dialogue. You aren't open to anything new.
See it if you're interested in unusual techniques with animation, shadow, puppets. You've literally never seen anything like this before I guarantee
Don't see it if you lack imagination or wonder. You like dialogue (there's none)