If you know Woyzeck and know what Hollywood/California is like, then you shouldn't have a problem understanding what's going on, as long as you put the leg work in (and it is pretty tiring), I managed to latch onto one of the main plots pretty soon and, from that point on, it's just a matter of putting the jigsaw together. This is also a dance show remember, you need to appreciate dance and there's more of it than usual, not just the contemporary work but a number of more choreographed pieces.
Some hints coming up but I'll put them behind spoilers so, if you want to be surprised, DO NOT LOOK.
Oh, and there were a number of audience members who didn't seem to have a clue what they were seeing, at the very least you'd think that they'd have found out what promenade means..... I fear that, for a while in the first booking period, you are going to get a number of trendy metropolitans who go because they think they should and who don't actually have much interest or inclination towards immersivity, dance and so on and; given it's 2007 since their last big show then they haven't yet had the chance to find that out. That's a price for success, you attract the ones who go because it's cool/trendy, whatever the current modish term is! To tell the truth, I hope they get put off. Do not go! I can say that because I don't have to worry about commerciality.
I go to a lot of immersive work; dreamthinkspeak, in comparison, charge a lot for much less (in fact I much preferred their 360 degree Hamlet 'The Rest is SIlence' to their promenade shows), Shunt produce unfinished and unexplored work, Wildworks are wildly variable (one year the Passion, next Babel.....), You Me Bum Bum Train and Look Left Right provide brillliant one on one experiences without any wider theatrical context. The Punchdrunk style gap has been filled.