Miku wants to be a god. Ephraim wants to be an Olympian. Grandma wants to remember. And Shara wants people to just include him in the conversation, you know? miku, and the gods is an epic and small adventure that braids together friendship, death, memory, time, rhythm and power beyond what one could ever desire.
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miku, and the gods.
14 Oct. 2022
A sweeping epic grounded in fantastic characters. Its cheeky humor, I love. ”
Anne G. Morgan:
29 Jan. 2020
A theatrical treat. This play is funny, smart, and self-assured. I could picture a production of it in my mind as I watched the reading, and now I want someone to produce it so I can see the real thing. I especially appreciated the lightness with which the heavy themes were handled, and I loved the chorus of the gods. ”
24 Dec. 2019
A beautiful and whimsically told story about grief, growing up, and personal responsibility. All of these characters are absolutely delightful, particularly Miku, whose distinct sense of humor had me consistently laughing out loud. Izumi paints a unique theatrical world that is both a singular vision and provides commodious room for actors, directors, and designers to have a field day. I hope to see this touching and funny play on its feet in the near future! ”