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 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 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 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 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 are desperate for any show. But you really should not - it is absolutely terrible from the text to the staging to the actors.
Don't see it if you have anything else to do with your life. It is a horrible horrible piece played out by some terrible actors in a suffocating basement.
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