". . . Ernest Abuba's "Kwatz! The Tibetan Project: The Sound of a Hammer Hitting the Head," Leave skepticism and logic outside and just float with the play. Its mystical visions, music, song, dance and occasionally shocking violence may send you away after its 75 minutes with a powerful emotional connection to Tibet under Chinese oppression and with some glimpses into Buddhist apprehension of reality that are beyond words."(THEATER REVIEW | 'KWATZ! THE TIBETAN PROJECT' | A Coma Becomes the Real World, With a History of Modern Tibet By D. J. R. BRUCKNER)
:: note :: . . . wish live theater could move more from place to place . . .