What a refreshing breeze this play is in the otherwise pungent wake of hollywood blackbox theatre. The writers voice is surprisingly clear in an almost Neil Simon-esque comedy about the overbearingly nervous and neurotic protagonist Paul and hes desperate attempts to deal with what the rest of us let roll off our backs every day. Actor Daniel Dorr’s portrayal of the mile a minute Paul has all the idiosyncrasies and charm of a fully formed basket case. Very well done! This play is a wonderful night out and an exceptional execution on all levels. Highly recommended.
Sometimes love becomes transparent, but is it too late?
Through the course of one evening, Nick and Alysha ultimately remind themselves how deep their love is.
A knock on the door, however, brings the world crashing down around them.