I had no expectations going into this show, but I wasn’t surprised to discover afterwards that it was workshopped in a college class. It looks like a college class – in that some parts don’t seem as polished as others, and there’s no real cohesive structure or theme. That said, there are some really lovely moments of choreography and imagery, and the performers clearly give it their all (one dude in a particular is a phenomenal acrobatic dancer – I wish they’d utilized him more). I liked the music quite a bit. I could have done without the audience participation – it’s unnecessary and not always clear what they want you to do, which lends to some dull moments of confusion and anxiety. Forcing the audience onto the stage to dance at the end was awful and weird – and probably pushed a lot of reviewers into the “Not My Thing” category. Sit near the end of a row and sneak out when the final woman starts speaking and you’ll be spared that embarrassment.