The fish skin lanterns that were the set were wonderful, and the costumes nice. But I had a mixed reaction to the piece itself. The idea was great, the execution problematic. The stories were mostly silly, or puerile, at best. The movement was somewhat interesting, and certainly well-performed. But was this dance or was it dance theater or was it physical theater? The choreography was definitely limited. A man who came on stage, sometimes with a guitar, struck stiff poses and looked ridiculous. A woman, wearing a tee shirt with a picture of herself on it, ran across the stage several times and adding nothing. Near the end, a few dozen people came out of the audience and stood on the stage for a few minutes, obviously prearranged. They seemed to represent those who have come before us and those who will follow. One thing I didn't like at all was that several members of the audience were given boxes with fur on them, from which sounds emerged. This was a distraction for the people that had to hold them and for those immediately around them.