Benito (Noe Montez) is an Army husband whose wife, Gabriela (Melissa Solorzano), struggles to find a reason to stay with him. Embroidered into the storyline is Gabriela's alternate world - a surreal world with human versions of a moon, cat and coyote. This image-packed production started off well with a set, remarkably similar to a Dali painting, serving as an installation on stage. Set, lights, costumes and sound design were above par and worked in harmony to create one voice. Bryan Fonseca's direction meshed well with the design. There was one weak link, but, unfortunately, it was too substantial to ignore. Montez offered little fire and minimal believability to the stage, leaving the difficult task of countering him to Solorzano, who rose to the occasion and delivered a solid performance. The rest of the cast performed well, with standouts being Moon (Matt Roland) and Coyote (Nate Santana). Through May 2, with a free staged reading in Spanish May 3, 2 p.m.; 317-635-PLAY, www.phoenixtheatre.org.