Credit must be given to director Alison Majzels and actors Alison Vargo and Chris Sabel and for even attempting New York avant-garde playwright Richard Foreman’s short (under 45 minutes) but dense and baffling drama (which is about the way capitalists devour each other in the vacuum left by the fall of communism... or something.) Open-minded fringe-goers will be rewarded with some truly perplexing moments: a woman walking her boxed-up dog around the stage, a communist alien proudly waving a large red flag to name but two.
Special mention must be made of the disembodied PA voice whose non-sequiturs ("When the Messiah comes, bite hard. Bite really hard.") are simultaneously comical and chilling. If you come to the fringe for challenging drama, then this could very well be for you.
— Ben Wiebe