There were two things that the play did have going for it: 1. Hats. An incredible array of outlandish, dramatic, sculptural, fanciful hats. There had to be 50 or 60 of them in this play. Bravo to the hats. I think I would have enjoyed seeing more of the hats, and less of the play. And 2. The play was a mere 50 minutes long. When the actors took their bows, my reaction was, “Huh?” Not that I was sad to see it end, it’s just that there wasn’t even the slightest whiff of a denouement.
Having said all that, if you are a theater buff who loves edgy, modernist, abstract plays, or are an aficionado of hats, give it a whirl. There are performances on Feb. 21, 22 and 23 at 8 pm, and a 2 pm performance on Feb. 24.