This show was creative, well-written, beautifully performed, and emotional to watch. My partner and I (both asexual) were so grateful to see so many relatable experiences portrayed, both joyous and heartbreaking. The show is great for audiences who know nothing about asexuality and those who identify as ace themselves. Ace audience members like me can still learn lots from this show about things that fall outside their experience. For example, I thought the show handled the character’s gender transition and how it affected her relationship to sexuality very well. The songs were fantastic too, I hope to see a recording released at some point. Overall I’m just so grateful that this show was made and that I got to see it.
What I didn't like
I have no real suggestions for improvement. Maybe merch and cast albums for sale?