Dingani Beza and Katie Oliver have a wild and unreserved chemistry that is palpable. Beza’s understated performance is wrought with conflict and pain. Oliver’s heartfelt delivery is unaffected and to the point. Morillo’s writing is full of longing and tension, which emerges through subtext at first, then impassioned monologues second. Lappi’s direction is effortless, smooth, and has the characters swirling across the stage—and bed—like a dance. This play is equally sexy and complex.