The production was phenomenal, from the staging to the use of music. It can be tough to put on a show at Fringe and have it feel like a larger theater play, but this show did this quite well with it, probably the best I’ve seen at Fringe this year.
I also really liked the character relationships, and how they were interwoven into the main narrative of the main character.
What I didn't like
My overall impression
This show does not fail to deliver in providing a thought-provoking show about someone usually found on the periphery of what society thinks about when dealing with war and combat. When considering the battlefield, we often think of soldiers dying, and the families that grieve them, but what about those that have to deliver the news about the soldiers to the families? It’s a story I didn’t even knew needed to be told, and the moral dilemmas it presents was told in an apt and appropriate manner. As long as war exists, so too does the necessity of this show.