Push Push likes to explore the outer boundaries of art, and they have certainly done so with "See Through." See Through starts with the conventional but rapidly explores experience in an interactive art exhibit that tells a story displaced in time. A series of family dynamics is presented but you can explore as much or as little as you like. They have done interdisciplinary media before but this incorporates all of it into the performance itself. You start with music, and then go to visual and performance art and then end up with an interactive characterization.
It tells a story, but what makes it particularly fascinating is that it is an interactive story. It isn't improve either; using a mix of pre scripted happenings with input from the audience. What I find particularly interesting is that, while I do not know, I suspect that the results from the audience participation affect future performances. There are numerous instances where they visual art asks questions and demands your particupation.
The performances are all quite interesting. The lead, Jenny Rose, does a spectacular job staying in character and acting as a young child. This can be deceptively hard to do, since children are far more aware of their world than we give them credit for. This limited but deep scope helps us understand the serious consequences of lying and leaving to chance that which should be explained plainly.
Food and beverages are provided. The door price is very reasonable and there are even a few puzzles (even if, to be honest, I never exactly found them.) In short, I recommend seeing this while you can. There are two performances left, one tonight and another tomorrow night.