The Tank, in association with One Year Lease Theater Company, presents this world premiere set in a dystopian, media-crazed near-future, where a mysterious virus is infecting the nation. More…
As viciously competitive media pundits battle to control the narrative, an artificially intelligent sex doll named Mia has a breakthrough…but will she be our savior, or is she the Angel of Death?
See it if You want a sci fi type of play. If you are able to follow all the different things...stories going on inside the play.
Don't see it if At about 110 minutes, to long, too confusing. Writer should have stuck with one plot, not several.
See it if You enjoy some truly great acting in a fast paced bold story.
Don't see it if You want a story that makes sense, mediocre acting mixed with good, you want a real plot or to understand everything.
See it if u like profoundly childish sch-fi. Several scenes of vomiting which could be inspirational to members of the audience.
Don't see it if You didn’t like The work of John Waters This is like a futuristic John Waters show
See it if Edgy experimental theater with lots of screaming, vomiting, futuristic subplots with political undertones are your thing.
Don't see it if You want to understand the point of a play. I couldn't. Actors did their best, however some were too loud and annoying!
See it if You like unusual presentations, some loud dialog, profanity and some suggestive innuendos. Main actress portraying the robot was excellent.
Don't see it if you want a suspenseful plot as the synopsis suggests. It was clever but not as engaging as I expected. Most of the acting was above average.