Flounce and Strut, but Don’t Make Me Overmore...
by JENNIFER DUNNING for the New York Times
published: July 2, 2007
The staging works better than the choreography, which is mostly a matter of cross-stage flouncing and strutting. Bits of odd flotsam bob to the surface from time to time. A small, sturdy creature played by Raquel Cion, half witch and half cabaret performer, winds through the fray, reading from an uncredited text about coquetry and other staples of life, and slyly singing heartbreak songs associated with Dionne Warwick, whose voice is heard singing too.