Funny, Extremely relevant, Inventive & clever, Great ensemble, Great direction & staging, Sharply funny, Fast paced Edgy See it if You can open up to just listening to a story rather than the idea of being presented with a "play." Terrific cast, perfect timing, very fun Don't see it if You absolutely need a proscenium, clearly delineated plot, characters and costumes — or If you've forgotten what running once felt like, or that a broomstick at one time might have been a sword, or spear or a means of flight.
We're told at the top that "the actors will now tell you a story;" this they do, with gusto, abandon, wit, seamless ensemble work & timing. An example of the purest joyful & theatrical invention which is the stuff of imagination most of us leave in childhood.
A totally fresh &remarkable choice in presenting a tale of the modern Immigrant Experience, two identically dressed pairs of men&women present & act out a young surgeon's arrival & initial misadventures in contemporary London. As the story unfolds, each actor rapidly assumes & switches from narrator to supporting characters, even objects & pets
There's a lot of play here, rather than "a play;" this is the stuff of Picasso's leaps of association where handlebars become bovine horns and cardboard cutouts guitars—all in service of moving the story towards a universal truth.
Go, by all means—& listen for the geese who, like immigrants in the cultures they find themselves in, fight, squawk yet in the end integrate well into the whole.