And let’s hear it again for that sister act of scenic designers, Moriah and Isabel Curley-Clay (“Superior Donuts,” “Shooting Star”), for yet another evocative set, a city block of apartment fronts. During the blackouts and scene changes, lighting designer Mary Parker uses a funky black light to accentuate the graffiti.
The humor in the show is hardly high-brow and the life lessons aren’t very deep, either. It helps that the winning Nick Arapoglou puppeteers the protagonist, whose comical search for a purpose in his life leads him to the joy of helping others. It’s as basic as learning your ABCs on “Sesame Street,” but no less funny and sweet all the same.
Through July 3. 8 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays; 3 and 8:30 p.m. Saturdays; 5 p.m. Sundays. $20-$50. Horizon Theatre, 1083 Austin Ave., Atlanta (in Little Five Points). 404-584-7450. horizontheatre.com.
Bottom Line: Puppets gone wild.