“Poynton’s malleability of time within the vastness of her universe should hook sci-fi fans even if Potter’s scenic design and lighting relinquishes the sleekness Hollywood would’ve wished for the titular ship….The non-human characters seem to be more compelling than human Nora…Regardless, Poynton’s universe deserves growth…Poynton’s interrogations are ones that have stood the test of time inside her narrative as well as in art. They deserve a larger stage (on the page and off).” Full Review
See it if you want to be thoroughly entertained. This feminist, sci-fi, romance questioned what it means to be human. I was captivated the entire time
Don't see it if you're scared to get in touch with your emotions. This play makes the audience feel a range of emotions with its humor, heart, and drive.
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