Anyone who didn't like Breaching is an idiot. Pure and simple! It's a thinker - perhaps you people are not. It's deeper than you might imagine - the humor is composed of onion layers. Admittedly some of the acting is green - but it lends to the characters. The humor is perhaps not as obviously funny as Cockroach, but it's a play you could see again and again, noticing the small nuances of cleverness. The set design is fabulous as is the soundtrack, though overly loud in bits. Don't miss it ~ It's totally worth the uncomfortable silences! I enjoyed that the plays contrast each other and create a dialogue. Both deal with two modes of life; optimism vs. pessimism and both look at the realism of depression/suicide from a surrealist point of view.
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