"Timothy Kelly’s projections are a delight, both facilitating access for D/deaf and hard of hearing audience members and supporting the narrative in clever and amusing ways."
“A highlight of the piece [is the] projection of a social media timeline, with the actor’s forensic treatment of it as a timeline of criminal events, as if on a detective mission.”
Another such touch comes in the form of Smerdyakov telling his own life story to the audience towards the end. The character wheels on an old school overhead projector, and projects slides depicting grotesque cartoons of his upbringing onto one of the screens. It offers up a fine example of the unique visual aesthetic and forms of storytelling you can only find in theatre.