See it if you love poetry, dioramas, large installations, and "museum-like" pieces
Don't see it if you REALLY want to see theater. This immersive event is only theater in the loosest sense.
See it if You're up for a well-intentioned if uneven experience that's more art installation than theatre, but more than welcome after a barren year.
Don't see it if You’re germ-phobic and can’t deal with going room to room wearing the provided iPhone & earphones to experience each stage set and monologue
"Most of the installations hit a sweet spot in the middle, with the audio performances mellowing the tone, as though each playwright were speaking to a friend...Throughout the production, it’s the details that delight...In fact, there’s so much to see that 'A Dozen Dreams' can overload the senses, making it likely you’ll miss something — an excuse to revisit it."
"Guided by the writers’ own voices via sanitized headphones and impeccable sound design by Rena Anakwe, the pairing of these whispered fantasies with the detailed environments provides an intimate experience welcome after the past fourteen months...Each segment is less than five minutes long and there is so much to take in that it feels like you could spend twice as long in some of the spaces. If the scope occasionally feels out of balance in other rooms, it’s easily forgivable."