I liked the originality and flow of the play. I was pleasantly surprised as to how the playwright approached the concepts of good and evil and his expansion on the subject throughout the play. Also I thought the nudity in the play was conducted in a very tasteful manner and it works perfectly with development of the plot.
What I didn't like
I was a little thrown off by the hugs that God gives Eve. His explicit sexual innuendo, in my humble opinion, are not necessary to convey the message that he is in someway or another attracted to her or that he might have perverted thoughts. I am of the believers that suggestive actions create a more compelling impact.
Then again that’s just me and if the writer wanted me to react and keep that image in my mind, he has done so quite effectively.
My overall impression
The play is a feast for the eyes and ears. Something fresh that stands out in a category of its own. Fantastic casting, superb dialog and a story that makes you question what you think about life.