“Adventures of Caveman Robot: The Musical” is the multimedia catharsis based on Jason Bell and Shoshanna Weinberger’s indie comic about the Jungian warrior-teddybear who embodies our primal insecurities and utopian promise. If the corporate floorshows of Manhattan make you despair for the future of emotional excess and people busting out in song for no reason, you’ll prefer this close reading of pop archetype, transcendental lore, ethnographic ritual and live cartoon-character mall appearances. It’s a Wagnerian movie-serial symposium on ice.
That should pretty much clear up any questions you may have about the plot.
I like robots, and my JDate must like robots, too, if she's hanging out with me. So coming from a couple of robophilic fans, I recommend catching Caveman Robot in Williamsburg, Brooklyn before the show goes the way of Cats. You have until May 13, 2006, so order tix now!