The quick shifts between broad parody and emotional absurdism come off like acrobatics, looking easy while defying gravity.

”Evan Moore-Coil’s physicality and comic timing are a joy to watch.”

”There’s a slapstick sequence around imaginary furniture, a tete-a-tete between Folts and Moore-Coil, done in double time out of frustration that one character accidentally botched that mythical perfect take, that’s as hard as I’ve ever laughed in a theatre.”
— The Columbus Underground

Full Review here.