See it if you are curious as to what might happen if Vladimir, Estragon & Pozzo decided to recreate the Bride of Frankenstein. Good acting & direction
Don't see it if you like plays that are on stage for a longer time than you spend on the subway coming & going. About 1/3 of the tiny audience slept.
See it if You love experimental theater
Don't see it if You can’t go with the flow
"While the play itself is a little bewildered and may not hold up 100% under scrutiny, it makes up for any messiness by wielding these concepts in vastly interesting ways. After my initial confusion, I found that like the tip of an iceberg, the play yielded more upon deeper reflection."
"It’s a fever dream of a play, which sustains a dreamlike state through its stylish staging and design elements (lighting, sound/music, costumes, and sets are all thoughtfully considered and expertly realized). The excellent cast, which includes singular downtown actor Edgar Oliver, delivers the play’s recurring and inter-weaving motifs with hypnotic precision."
"Writer-director Sharp adeptly maneuvers between high and low comedy as she takes on nuclear annihilation, a different kind of rather effective serial killing...and melds Dr. Frankenstein’s laboratory, Oppenheimer’s Los Alamos, and Holmes’s murder hotel into a supremely funny and memorable show."