I loved it all. The piece was moving and relatable in so many ways. The staging was genius, and the flow was constant and beautiful. I loved the way Paul connects with his audience, and encourages to live these feelings with him. It brings a person into the show to where they feel like they are living it just as much as Paul is.
What I didn't like
The only thing I didn’t like was seeing it come to an end.
My overall impression
I don’t think there is anything negative that anyone can say about this piece. The emotions are raw, the passion is tangible, and the humor is perfectly placed amongst such painfully realistic mindsets we all find ourselves in at one point or another. I was immediately hooked by the story. Mike Ostroski is a never-ending pool of energy, and I don’t think I have seen anyone piece together such beautiful chaos on their own before. You forget that Mike is an actor, and you begin to believe that he is just another lost soul searching for the goodness in the world (which I am sure he is in many ways). Bravo to the whole team behind this piece. You have created beautiful art that boldly and unrelentingly reflects reality.