“I’m choosing not to provide too many details. You need to hear and see them as they are spun out by Mr. Oliver, who, when he performs, seems to be all eyes (alert, alarmed, prayerful) and hands (fluttering, clasping, beseeching). Like certain figures drawn byEdward Gorey, he has the carriage of a drooping lily.” - Ben Brantley, The New York Times

I’m choosing not to provide too many details. You need to hear and see them as they are spun out by Mr. Oliver, who, when he performs, seems to be all eyes (alert, alarmed, prayerful) and hands (fluttering, clasping, beseeching). Like certain figures drawn byEdward Gorey, he has the carriage of a drooping lily.” - Ben Brantley, The New York Times