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My overall impression
Experimental as what all. The show is highly abstract/visceral with most of my time spent trying to figure out what was happening. Without a comprehensible language (gibberish), and an extremely subjective plot, I found it difficult to sink in and lose myself in the story. I’m sure the play is well executed if you know what your looking for i.e. akin to experimental theatre… in that case I’m sure it would be quite good, hence ‘Not my Thing’ is the more appropriate personal response than ’Didn’t care for it.’
I believe Soren’s direction was solid, and I commend the cast for their very physical performances and commitment to their characters. All three of the actors are talented, and fun to watch, with the actress being particularly enduring. Not sure what to say about the writing, other then it’s oddly witty premise.
‘Go’ if you’re into experimental theatre or like taking risks on shows, but I would stray away if you’re one for a more traditional narrative.