Beautiful prose and committed performance aside, it’s an incredible marriage of sound, lighting, and physicality. A truly theatrical experience.
What I didn't like
No notes aside from perhaps the audio recordings being a little hard to follow at times, but it could also be one more reason to see the show twice. It’s deep and dark and worth a revisit.
My overall impression
This show is completely captivating, dreamlike, and unsettling in the best possible way. Casey is an incredible writer and performer, and this show defies conventional rules while asking some very complex questions with gothic flair. It’s genuinely creepy and probably unlike anything else you’ll see at Fringe.