These two, Kendra Slack and Jordan Chlapecka are the first true Children of the immersive movement
— Zay Amsbury

“A different take on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, what really makes it different is a quality of rough-edged simplicity...But simple doesn’t mean mindless. The text and choreography, coupled with the music and lyrics, the sets and lighting, and the costume design are appropriate for a piece that emphatically doesn’t wear its underlying intelligence on its sleeve.”

“And yet, we yearn to place our guilty fingers on the worn map of nostalgia. We follow the old familiar pathways of mistakes and regrets, tracing the same lines and curves over and over. But the map is not the territory; it can never be the territory.

We know how this story ends, but still, we are enthralled.”