See it if Each room of this large old house comes as a surprise, with elaborate scenic design and close-up acting in 3 time periods. Immersive fun.
Don't see it if The family drama with the two children and their troubled parents works well, but the dystopian future with no water makes no sense.
See it if you like immersive, site-specific theater where you get to wander around an abandoned house on Governor's Island.
Don't see it if you don't want to be on your feet and moving throughout an 80-minute show. You don't want to interact with actors.
"Water and memories guide us through a house's history in this poignant immersive piece…the piece's aquatic motif highlights life's beauty and fragility, while re-affirming our interconnectedness and responsibility to preserve that which we value."