The production is made up of many small scenes or skits - in this way, D'Lo works to express to the audience the myriad ethnic, cultural, geographical, and religious influences of which s/he is composed. D'Lo says "Queer Hindu Hip-Hop, these three things make me but don't allow for one another. This is my attempt at fusing these elements of my being (and my imaginary friends) onto the stage". In this way D'Lo is really using Ramble-Ations to ask the same question to all immigrant Americans: how does one reconcile living in a country where one's identity is in a constant state of flux, at once everywhere but always nowhere.
D'Lo's performance is stellar not only for the issues that it raises and the insight into Queer immigrant America that it gives, but also for its adept manipulation of humor to deliver its message.