Gob Squad‘s Creation (Pictures for Dorian) is one of those strange theatrical experiences, in which you walk into the auditorium not quite sure what to expect, you leave not quite knowing what you’ve seen, but you know that you love what you saw. This production isn’t traditional theatre, it’s equal parts performance art, actual art, poetry, improvisation, and it is utterly, utterly mad. But, above all else, it’s a brilliant, touching portrait on the beginning, middle, and end, that each of us experience.
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