The pacing is good and the audience is introduced to an interesting array of well-acted characters.
What I didn't like
I felt the play was at is best when it was more realistic than farcical, but switching between the two modes lessened the force of both of them. Plot-wise, I felt that everything gets wrapped up a little too easily. I also get the gist of what happened with the report at the end, but I was confused about the specifics.
My overall impression
An edgy comedy about a PR fighting against corrupt politicians and inefficient bureaucracy. I wasn’t personally into the humor and coarse dialogue, but many in the audience laughed the whole way through. I was also expecting it to be more serious than it was, so that caught me off guard.