"War With the Newts" Slideshow
Quinton Skinner's review of "War With the Newts" includes descriptions like this one:
Sandbox Theatre's hauntingly original, ensemble-created piece adapts Karel Capek's 1936 novel, in which an enterprising sea captain comes across a race of semi-intelligent amphibians who prove adept first at harvesting pearls, then at producing armaments and explosives, which eventually leads to the ruination of humanity and the submergence of the earth's surface under water.
You want to know more. Of course you do. Fortunately, Sandbox's website has a brief slideshow where you can see some of the surreal, haunting imagery than Skinner describes.
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