The question is: what could Devriendt possibly create after this to amaze theatre audiences? Genius. 

Het Nieuwsblad - Rudy Tollenaere

​This is one of the most beautiful, most intelligent and committed performances Ontroerend Goed has ever made, on the boundary of visual art and theatre, poetry and politics. The piece looks marvelous (but sounds brutally inaccessible) during the first twenty minutes. These, however, are necessary to enable the masterful twist. Only then the performance turns into a clear, miraculous statement about how we threaten to destroy ourselves and our world. 

Knack - Els Van Steenberghe ****

Created with charming, almost childlike, simplicity, the skill of the performers and those who conceived the piece cannot be applauded too highly. 

Western Morning News - Simon Parker

In Are we not drawn onward to new erA Ontroerend Goed shows the eternal human struggle to do good, despite shortcomings.  For as longs as we are still here. - Louise de Koning ****

an admonitory piece about climate change that has a palindromic title and structure to match. And it speaks an initially indecipherable language that makes complete sense by the time the show has come to its bleak but beautiful end. After seeing this, you may never want to hold a plastic bag again.

New York Times - Matt Wolfe

Are we not drawn onward to new erA is an inventive, meticulously choreographed, high artistic commentary on humanity’s collective destruction of the Earth and every person’s responsibility to commit fully to its rehabilitation.

The Skinny - Carmen Paddock ****

The simplest response to this phenomenal show is just to say, “wow”.

British Theatre - Mark Ludman *****

... a playful, ambiguous work, whose ultimate message could be joyfully optimistic or deeply despairing – and is probably both. It's vitally important theatre that seems perched precariously on our current make-or-break moment, a show that never preaches, yet reveals possibilities, fears and hopes.

The List - David Kettle *****

It’s fine work and compelling viewing from a company who used to be tricksters and who are increasingly deep thinkers.

Stage Door - Lyn Gardner

a technically dazzling, emotionally devastating show about humanity's point of no return

Time Out London - Andrzej Lukowski *****