I saw this show a couple weeks ago and its still sticking with me. The stage is full of theatre veterans so the acting is very good and the direction is clever. But the main attribute to this play is the writing. There is a wonderful abstraction to Josh Morrison’s writing, a convolution with purpose, I feel. The main thrust of his writing, the thru-line isn’t as clear on first glance…and that’s the beauty of it. It allows the viewer to find little gems, ponder what he’s seen for days (or weeks) and connect the very important and poignant dots and come to his own conclusions about the meaning behind the material. He did the same thing with last year’s Fringe hit “It’s Important to Leave, As Well” and with “Yoshiba,” Morrison is proving to be a force as a playwright in the local theatre scene.