A true theatrical experience. It's difficult to describe something like this without sounding like you're trying to be smarter than you are, because as an audience it moves us beyond ourselves. There is a kind of bending of time and space that happens, in the place where realism marries the avant-garde and becomes something different entirely. A place to exist, maybe, as humans sharing an experience which is too bleak for words.
The play is beautiful. The language is vivid, and sweet, and lethal. The acting is nuanced and intimate and definite. The direction is crystalline and exciting. This play does things. This is the kind of theater we should be begging for.