Little nit-picky things, the acoustics in the venue are excellent, and I found that some of the actors were perhaps over-projecting, which isn’t needed because the sound travels really well. There are stakes in the play, but I think they come a bit late and not as much as I’d like, I think they can be sprinkled in more throughout and also raised.
My overall impression
I am very appreciative of this play for it’s unique and bold approach in exploring mental illness. There are a lot of creative aspects and gems that are very evident in the piece, and I think that you will leave the play having become more conscious of the mental health issues that our society faces. The actors do a really good job portraying and honoring the struggles that their characters face, and the writing approaches the characters struggles from a humanistic and empathetic approach. Do check out Earworm if you can.