"A beautiful vision… it sets fire to the imagination, showing us a warped version of our own world, a cradle-to-grave race of competition and power."
"If Lewis Carroll had turned his absurdist vision to street arts, teaming up with Salvador Dalí and Hieronymus Bosch, he might have come up with Fous de Bassin (Water Fools), a strange, dreamy, floating spectacle created by French company Ilotopie, who literally walk on water."
"A show that literally walked on water to showcase the power of public performances. With artistry and imagination, Ilotopie transformed a familiar locale into a magical dreamland and made audiences children again."
"A triumphant performance. It gets kudos for sheer vision and scope, boldly transforming the Singapore River into a magical liquid stage for a cast of colorful characters and props, and then thrilling audiences with plenty of light, sound and fire.
"The essence of wonder evades words, just as the strongest impression of the evening was the beauty of explosive fireworks that transformed the river into an otherworldly place."