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This trippy, gothic fairy tale, inspired by Little Red Riding Hood, shape-shifts before your eyes.
In the beginning, you’d think it would be great for kids (OK, minus that downer story of the last boy alive on Earth). As things darken, it seems more like something for the teen Twilight crowd. And then..?
The program doesn’t list the actors’ roles, which is too bad, because the performers playing the innocent perky little girl and her jaded, bitter mother were great.
The set decoration also added nicely to the sinister atmosphere and managed to create a dim, candlelit cottage and a cornfield in a small space. But things were somewhat derailed by some odd plot developments and a sudden ending. The show was trying for an unsettling, unclear vibe, and it largely succeeded, but "unclear" and "unfinished" are two very different things, the latter being an impression you don’t want to leave with your audience.
— Janice Sawka