Economic sets, costumes and lighting kept my unassuming view, intrigued for a quick, 55 minute experience, that, in the end, ultimately turned me on my head! The dramatic impact of the piece quietly snuck up on me and left me floored as I stumbled out the door into the bright sunlight, trying to find my now, unimportant car. At the third red-light on my homeward journey, I wanted to spin around and drive back to the theatre for another view!
What I didn't like
At the preview presentation, the actors weren’t completely committed to their dialogue, which certainly deserved a complete and full release of their insecurities, which would certainly deliver the full intention of the author and director!
My overall impression
A terse, poignant and climatically profound dialogue between two strangers who soon come to realize that their seemingly serendipitous meetings reveal overtly, divisive lives and, in the end, lead them straight to a dramatic event that will eternally fuse them together.