Fun! You’ll see the word “chaotic” in many of this show’s reviews, because it is, by design. And to good effect. It bills itself (or a performer said at the top of the show) as Burning Man meets Fringe, and that’s a fair sketch. There is nudity for its own sake (there’s your Burning Man/hippie ethos right up front) — male and female, and not for any apparently prurient reason, although they are good-looking people; groovy, clownish costumes that evoke raves and Halloween; video bits out of nowhere… Actually the whole show is out of nowhere. Think of a circus or vaudeville or Alice in Wonderland, squeezed into a rather warm little theater. Afterward, talking about it with one of the acts in the show (who I didn’t know prior), when pressed, I realized yeah, it could have been tighter, flowed more deliberately - certainly the most polished acts stood out. The acts change from show to show, but on my night the standouts were magician Alan Rich, juggler Michael Rayner, and comedian/sketch actor Rasika Mathur; her strong character is presented with a sly twist that makes it funnier and an even better fit for the show. The other stuff could have been more streamlined, smoother, better fit together, but there is also a charm to the more jumbled presentation, warts-and-all: you just got high (if you’re smart, before the show ;)) and stumbled into a crowded school bus converted into hippie-mobile-condo, and you’ve got a ride up the coast.