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on Jan. 31, 2012 :
A thought provoking play with an unusual, and I would say refreshing, hard sci-fi setting, harking back to the days of Arthur C.Clarke, Asimov and even dystopian futures like those described by Zamyatin.
Archaeology and space exploration have always been favourites of mine, so I found this to be very appealing. I particularly liked the revelation concerning the team on the planet, and the issues of identity it raised. I felt unwith provided a very effective contrast with the other characters - and a certain irony, as I felt at times he was more 'with' them than they ever were themselves.
My only fault would be the expectable if slightly cliched ending, but that is indeed it. All in all a very good play that I would pay to see on stage!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)