The New York Times calls Decompression the "Fringiest of the Fringe"!
"A sure thing! . . . Cino is a writer of astonishing versatility and imagination." - The Villager
"As much as they try, the well-intentioned friends cannot escape the confines of their privilege. Cino, who based the play on Isak Dinesen's short story "Carnival," has created vivid characters that are fascinating to watch as they wrestle with identity. There are many big ideas woven in about the fairness of capitalism and the distribution of wealth, but Cino ties them so organically to the characters that there isn't a preachy moment in this riveting show." - THEATERMANIA
"A fascinating piece of work." - NYTheatre.com
Katie's ecstasy isn't working. Amanda never liked it anyway. It's Burning Man Decompression night and eight bored hipsters invent a lottery. Things turn ugly, alliances shift, and an unexpected guest changes everything. A year later, they're still coming down.