The segment about trying to learn a universal language is priceless (and nearly indescribable). The one about Philip Glass buying a loaf of bread sends the production out on a high note (actually, several of them). And a wacky vignette featuring a newly murdered Leon Trotsky has some surprisingly moving moments.
It's a cabaret-style theater, so you can order munchies and libations while treating your brain to an energetic, entertaining workout.
Read more about the play, directed by Glenn Paris and Claudio Raygoza, here and here.