I enjoyed the status games among the three characters; there’s an Albee-esque sensibility at play here, a kind of nasty, high-spirited fun that shifts and deepens as the play progresses. While not a comedy, the play is playful, rich in ideas, upsetting in an aesthetically exciting way. The ending startled me.
What I didn't like
You can’t always get what you want…but perhaps a moment or two of more vulnerability. Perhaps I’m being selfish.
My overall impression
I saw this play last Saturday and have been spending a lot of time thinking about. It’s a well-written play, with strong direction and performances. Predictable only in its unpredictability, constantly upending my expectations with its various twists.