OK. This show is wildly uneven. Some of the acting is below average, a couple are fine. One (Raissa Eckmann Peniche) is wonderful. The actors are Brazilian and doing the play in English is obviously difficult for some, so I’m giving them some slack on performance. The show feels like it’s trying to shock rather than trying to tell the story honestly. Some of the actors escape from the forced-shock-value nature of the show and deliver convincing performances, but that doesn’t make up for the clunky writing. The nudity feels forced at times, but then again, in the setting of the show, I’d expect everybody to be naked all of the time. It just felt unnatural, and it’s not because anybody was uncomfortable, no they’re all very comfortable in their various states of undress, maybe it was because the nudity was presentational rather than just a natural extension of the characters. All of that being said, I didn’t really learn anything, but I was entertained for an hour, that I cannot deny.