"Homo Digitalis gives mixed impressions. On the one hand, it is as if the play is not ready for the audience's presence. It does not aspire to tell something or engage in a dialogue. For the authors, the exploration of themes is more important than the public form in which it is presented. At the same time, productions about the digital proletariat are rare, and it is interesting how and what they want to talk to us about.
"It sounds fascinating, lively, with a couple of lyrical and unnecessary moments, but logical and fast-paced. One sympathizes with the heroine, one gradually begins to hate the hero. As the play is described on the Discipline website, it is "about thirty-somethings, about the choice between well-being and dreams, it is a story of co-dependence, service and separation."
"Listening to the text spoken by the people in the window boxes is not at all like studying at a craft bar, when the story is also followed by musicians whose fates one willy-nilly catches similar lines."