Every move had a purpose. I’ve seen a lot of musicals (Which I wouldn’t define this as) where there was choreography JUST to have choreography. The moves in S.F. told a very specific story and defined characters. The percussion and involvement of live music was also a treat! The gentleman who gets tied up with the phone cord who also does the shadow dance was particularly impressive.
What I didn't like
I think that the singing music was weak only because everything else was so strong. The speaking and singing in unison could have been cleaned up a little bit more.
My overall impression
Inventive, clear and at times stunning. One of my favorite things I’ve seen at Fringe so far.