I totally believe that Prospective Ben understands each and every word of this play even when I don’t – and that puts me at ease in a piece of existential writing that is anything but comfortable.
What I didn't like
I’ve had the pleasure of seeing this show develop over two phases, and will be interested to see what manifests next. I’d be curious to see the physical show looking like a legitimate corporate product launch (venue, props, wardrobe, etc.)
My overall impression
Theatre of the Absurd meets modern corporate America, creating a comic romp that has underneath it a deep contemplation of our human existance. With Ben, we are in the presence of a disarming and courageous young writer & philosopher.