"They think it stands for diversity, inclusion and openness. It opposes nationalism and racism. It is about people “coming together” and peacefully cooperating. It is a shining example of how enemies can become partners and how diversity can be reconciled with unity."
"The room is lit with gold, a beaming lamp serving as a sun that Wright moves around. He reads at a rapid pace off egg-yellow sheets, inviting audience members to read other roles. He is generous with those of us who help, the telling of the story full of sweet exchanges. Through it all, Grainger’s lo-fi melodies lull us into Phaeton’s days, the breathy chords sounding like little rays of light. The show’s approach is so soft that its wider purpose is sometimes lost along the winding country roads, but with quiet intimacy and boyhood wonder, Helios is a tender tale sweetly told, the ancient strands of story shining through."
" ... people from all over the world know the lyrics when he plays the Song on street corners."