One of Time Out's "25 super-sweet things to do this weekend!"
"Wonderfully icky...laughs abound, and the five memorable performances buoy the delightful show...Kaliski’s satire is successful in reminding audiences of what we lose when we protect ourselves from all ailments, unhealthy snacks, and even contact with others. Like its characters, Kaliski hopes we see the benefit of intimacy while exploring the mess of life." -Theatre is Easy
"The play holds the audience’s attention without missing a beat, a nuance, or a single line...It’s about life and living and mortality and concludes with 'I dunno, man, I thought hey, fun while it lasted.' You will love it, hate it, or just be confused. But you definitely should not miss it." -Woman Around Town
Mr. Kaliski clearly means to lampoon our current fascination with ionized water and alternative foods, our fear of anything unnatural or adulterated with added sugar. That is territory rich and ripe, and the cast is eager." -The New York Times
"The ensemble mines the comic possibilities of the script’s jargon-rich dialogue while maintaining a truthful emotional core...the play’s startling, darkly hopeful ending makes a timely and touching point. This world is a hazardous place: increasingly so, if the headlines are to be believed. And yet we have to live our lives, embrace one another while we’re here, and somehow try to make sense of it all." -Ethan Kanfer