It is very hard to write about a show like Dicky Dicky & Theatre 4.669’s Dicky Dicky Dream Factory. Less so, if you don’t mind spoiling vast swaths of what lies ahead of you should you be lucky enough to get yourself one of their limited seats.
Dicky Dicky Dream House is… an experience. In fact, you might say that the show is the experience, that it’s the being there, the interacting and the reacting. And, of course, the laughs. Bizarre and awkward as it may get at times, Ray Behsarah and David Brown are on point throughout this entire performance.