From the show:
Martha, a deity, contemplates destroying the world because there is no good left in it. A second deity, disguised as her yoga instructor, proposes fighting the system instead. But Martha’s husband Warren built the system, and somewhere on another plane, Martha is still in love with Jim Morrison. One woman plays six characters in Maker of Worlds, a play about creativity, Capitalism, and the divine in all of us.
See it if If you do not care about what you are watching. From on stage costume changes to the photography, it was banal
Don't see it if If you want a coherent good quality show.
See it if you want to see a solo performer present her ideas with the help of an assistant, photographs, framed sayings, on stage costume changes, etc
Don't see it if you think you will learn something - this series of disjointed performances that attempt to be about something, I could not figure out.
See it if You are interested in quirky shows that may leave you a bit confused at the end.
Don't see it if You like straight forward stories with an actual plot.
See it if You enjoy slightly weird theater that plays around with form and expectations.
Don't see it if You want something highly professional, polished, or deep. This is best seen as a fine but not amazing piece doing something weird.
See it if Martha (Stewart) as a deity with the power to recreate Sodom and Gomorrah in a fruit basket and a recent urge to flood the earth--this time
Don't see it if without a heads' up about an ark--and just start over? Why not? This clever, absurdist play by Wendy A. Schmidt imagines the possibilities