“Boop” presents a unique blend of physical theatre and acrobatics, though it may not be everyone’s cup of tea.

Personally, the performance felt reminiscent of college graduates putting on a show for high school, possibly due to my unfamiliarity with this genre. While it carried humor, the in-your-face delivery was a bit overwhelming for my taste. The storyline, though intriguing, proved challenging to fully grasp, leaving me questioning the unfolding events.

Despite my reservations, the show did manage to elicit laughter, showcasing its comedic aspects. However, the subtleties of the storyline may have been lost on me, leaving a lingering sense of confusion.

Interestingly, the older individuals seated next to me seemed to find humour in “Boop,” showcasing that comedic elements resonated across generations. Surprisingly, even with kids in the audience, the performance, primarily conveyed through sounds and body expressions, managed to captivate their attention, as they sat through the entire show without making a fuss. While I can’t speak for their enjoyment, it’s worth noting that the production’s abstract nature might not be the most captivating for younger kids.

“Boop” might find a more appreciative audience among those with a penchant for avant-garde performances and a deeper understanding of physical theatre and acrobatics. While not my personal preference, it may resonate with those seeking a different, more abstract theatrical experience. Based on all of this I would rate it 2 stars.

This show has concluded for this season, but be sure to keep an eye out for it next year!