"...very real looking sets (by Collette Pollard) and costumes (by David Hyman) create a kind of emotional milieu where despair and the need to connect physically alternate from number to number, eventually adding up to something bittersweet, and true."
"David Hyman’s costumes were superb. I LOVED the dirty, ripped, but appropriately ragged costumes for the main characters. Angel’s “holiday outfit” was an appropriate homage to the original costume, but with a more real, gritty feel."
"It should be said that David Hyman's costumes are the most instantly refreshing aspect of this reimagining .... You know you're in for a new kind of treat when Alan Schmuckler's wonderfully schlubby Mark shuffles onstage sans the character's trademark scarf, sweater, and dippy hairdo. He's so splendidly gross-looking."