Political, poetic, beautiful, sensual
We found it a welcome relief from boulevard fare and tedious naturalism. It was an astute observation of how tyrants use our humanity against us, and a cry for us to have the courage to resist. The language is modern, elevated, and beautiful. The production was surreal: allusive, visceral, heightened, a true theatrical experience. Far from literal, it touched us as painting does, or music. You should see this, it's the best thing we've seen in many a year.