I really enjoyed each of the stories and hearing the perspectives of the performers on the ways in which most people interact that are so routine that they pass without notice.
What I didn't like
It would be interesting to see transitions between, instead of hard breaks in the dark.
My overall impression
It is definitely personal. The reflections and stories presented by each performer delve into pet peeves, observations, and introspections that invite each audience member to find someone to relate to. For me, Chloe Godard’s irritation in “Can You Hear Me Now?” is the mirror image of my own anxiety which might be called, “Please keep talking.”