"It explains how all the people in the musical are painted blue 'to avoid wars and confusion' and wear cone-shaped spinning hats to control their emotions. The story was based on the life and times of a space-age sanitation expert. The New York Times drama critic, Clive Bames, wrote: 'The well-publicized use of trampolines, to suggest weightlessness, suggests nothing more than people pointlessly bouncing up and down on trampolines. The mechanical space garbage cart floating in the sky was 'all too clearly chained to the stage' and the spaceship from Earth 'looks like a displaced light fitting.'
"The shaw closed after seven performances."