I highly recommend that you see this play while you can, and I hope we will be seeing more of Paul Van Dyck and this inspired show.
A post-show shot of Adam & Eve relaxing taken at the Altantic Fringe Festival by Kevin Kindred
“Montreal actor/director Paul Van Dyck has come up with a dazzling new solo performance art piece, complete with slick computer graphics and Adam and Eve puppets, that strikes with the force of devilish revelation. His line delivery offers an audacious re-interpretation of the text that makes Milton sound relevant to today. Don’t hesitate to buy a ticket…
The amazing thing about Van Dyck’s piece is that it reinterprets Milton without radical deconstruction… Judging from his virtuoso performance in Paradise Lost, Van Dyck’s career could be about to take flight.”
I would definitely strongly recommend Paul Van Dyck’s adaptation of Paradise Lost…
… a stirring, visually-astounding, memorable piece of theatre that I predict will be among the best Fringe plays I see—-ever.
The intimacy and depth of emotion and connection he is able to weave with two inanimate objects is nothing short of magic. This one is not to be missed. Run, don’t walk.
Amanda Campbell - The Way I See It
(About Paradise Lost at Atlantic Fringe Festival)