The supporting cast made up in creativity what they lacked in numbers. Each had to represent two or characters and it was quite fun to watch the ways in which they differentiated each from the other, especially Carlos Chavez who obviously interned with the Department of Silly Walks and Jack de Sanz who’s two characters were on stage at the same time.
What I didn't like
i think the show would have benefitted from more rehearsal. in an atmosphere of wonderful staged chaos, hearing a fine actor call for a line( as happened a couple of times the night I went) was even more jarring than it would otherwise be.