"This is a charming, surprisingly subtle, low-fi satire that avoids the pitfalls of parody with a subject well beyond it, and finds the silliness in Nero fiddling while the rest of the world has a heart attack."
★★★ - The Scotsman
"The show is entertaining, the jokes are funny and the references to the current political mess of a climate are what gives this show its comical spark."
★★★★ - A Younger Theatre
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