The innovative multimedia production is packed with indelible images and thought-provoking reflections on family, identity, and culture.
Valentijn Dhaenens drew on over one thousand speeches to compile this script, ranging from the ancient Greeks to George W. Bush, and spanning the political spectrum from Osama Bin Laden to Ann Coulter
Patricia Cano is a charming and assured Marie-Louise
However, the songs that they had to work with could have been better.
At times, however, the production feels like the Saturday-morning-cartoons version of Jane Austen's classic.
Suicide, fetal alcohol syndrome, and abuse are here, but so are evocative references to Creator and a flaming raven
Shauna Johannesen's play explores how a woman's family reacts to her having a relationship with a married man.
The mix of standup and TED Talk traces how a kid who grew up in the greedy ’80s came to understand socialism.
Drugs, 12 Steps, swearing, and a fantastic graffiti-spattered set.
The solo performer effectively mimics everyby from Harry Truman and Winston Churchill to the Pillsbury Doughboy.