THE NEW YORK TIMES
Carolina Do, an actor in the “artisanal air” section of the “Doomocracy” house of horrors.
Carolina Do’s performance brings into focus the lasting effects of suicide on the people it leaves behind, addressing the issue in a powerful and realistic way that doesn’t rely on shock value or come off as too heavy-handed.
Carolina Do shares in real life her character’s big sister sense of responsibility for and idealization of her brother, and Roger Yeh, who like his character is a younger brother, is energetic with teenage pomposity. It’s moving to watch them work through the complex emotions of siblinghood.
NEW YORK THEATRE WIRE
The sister, whom we only know as Twenty One, played by a diminutive but feistyCarolina Do, has her place in the white cubicle for most of the scenes, sitting cross-legged on the floor with a laptop through which she tries to communicate with her brother…