John de los Santos’s staging of the extensive dance sequences distilled the essence of innocence, sensuality, and decadence present in Arenas’ narrative.
…wonderfully manic choreography by John de los Santos…an exciting, superbly entertaining evening.
John de los Santos’ stylized choreography gives them a lot to do, bringing a sense of motion to the internality of libidos gone mad
Stage director John de los Santos whipped up plenty of motion and heat.
John de los Santos’ choreography is fresh, clever, and sexy, bringing the show’s lyrics to life.
Choreography by John de los Santos uses every inch of Christopher Pickart’s inspired set with whirling, flawlessly-timed movements.
All of this exuding talent is directed with brilliance by John de los Santos. He composes beautiful stage pictures that help carry the emotions. He understands that each era has its own inherent body language and movement. It is one of the best directed shows I’ve seen all year.
All the choreography by John de los Santos is fresh and tight.
Director/choreographer John de los Santos has staged the nightmarish scenario with fluid and compelling theatrical imagination.
…the two singers, directed by John de los Santos, were the main reason the 50-minute performance was consistently riveting.\nIt was a show deserving of its big crowd.