I loved the depth of the characters and how they commingled the stories to be realistic and complex as people are in real life. I loved how, although the main characters were clear, the supporting characters weren’t lost in the background. They all had their place.
What I didn't like
One character played two roles that should be two people or a little better effort to distinguish the difference. When his second role emerged I had to take a moment to realize he was playing a different character.
My overall impression
Great, revealing first scene. With scenes flowing very well. Nothing left unanswered while at the same time it was easy to imagine parts of the characters lives you couldn’t see. I’m not an avid play goer, but it definitely was obviously well put together. Walked out thinking “I’d love to see this become a movie.”