In this rigorous storytelling of epic and exhausting proportions, Ida weds herself to an appreciative but underwhelmed audience, equipped with nothing except size 8.5 running shoes, the narrative structure of One Thousand and One Nights, and a bloated sense of self. Ida creates, stars, and bursts open in her world premiere Prime Time production.
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Chicago Reader - Highly Recommended
"...Initially, Comfortable Shoes seems comfortably wacky, an inspired bit of high-octane silliness. Cuttler leaps and gallops around set designer Dominique Zaragoza's expansive bedsheet fort, supersized to accommodate adult shenanigans, complete with a reveal that's like a Beach Blanket Bingo-inspired New Year's Eve balloon drop. As the words ride atop Klocke's churning melodic current of Rimsky-Korsakov and original compositions, Cuttler pulls the audience in her wake."
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