Performed in a de-constructed theater reconstructed to be a bleacher theater in the round, the show effectively uses lighting, smoke, and the round stage with it's platforms and entrances/exits as an entire canvas to weave the story.
Damon Daunno (Orpheus) and Nablyah Be (Eurydice) are the young lovers with the voices of angels. Amber Gray (Persephone) and Patrick Page (Hades) are strong willed, bold, and vocal powerhouses. Ms. Gray has perhaps "the number" of the show and Mr. Page's booming low bass personifies Hades himself. Chris Sullivan (Hermes) infuses the show with his sharp and potent persona as the narrator of the tale.
One need not know much about Greek mythology to enjoy or understand the show. It's an ageless tale of love, innocence, lust, and wonder. It's good vs. evil. Seasons represent life. Hades is tempting. Can love triumph? You'll have to stick around till the very end to find out.