Set in the liminal spaces of modernity, this multi-media theatre piece will explore the isolation and alienation of our image-saturated culture using a dynamic mix of choreographed movement and bold design. More…
The play follows characters Tom and Joy as they seek belonging, connection, and meaning amid transient lives pressured by long-distance travel, instant communication and constant commerce.
See it if you like creative projections and lighting and an energetic cast. There is quite a bit of activity that keeps you dazzled with good sound.
Don't see it if you want a straight-forward story. While visually appealing there was no real story I could pick up as the action jumped around - confusing.
See it if for the originality used to explore alienation caused by social homogenization expressed by projections, bold physical movements and chants
Don't see it if you need a lot of plot. There is some but it is hard to follow.
See it if you can see the black humor in absurd, quirky theater that deals with dehumanization in our digital world; appreciate creative video effects
Don't see it if you want a traditional play following an always coherent train of thought & are not an adventurous theater patron
See it if You can appreciate great lighting with a somewhat confusing avant-garde presentation.
Don't see it if You expect a straight easily understandable plot or story.
See it if Nicely choreographed, disciplined, "avant-garde modernism." Enthusiastic precision performances.
Don't see it if This is the kind of thing you'll like if you like this kind of thing. Somewhat self-indulgent and impenetrable.
See it if you like experimental theater w/ set design mostly using lighting & visual projections. The staging is ok but the narrative/plot is unclear.
Don't see it if you do not like avante garde theater & small venues/tight spaces. The material seems profound-I got lost in the verbal & choreo translation.
See it if you like European theatre that doesn't explain everything to you and you love physical work and visual work w/great ensemble work! Stunning!
Don't see it if you don't want to be thrilled by the great acting, language, direction, a F**K Opera, sex, a woman with a vacuum as an arm, amazing images!
See it if you like experimental theater about technology and society; are fine with varying levels of acting (some good, some OK, some not so great)
Don't see it if you want something polished and linear/straight-forward; if the term "avant-garde" makes you cringe