In its effort at hyperrealism, the play slogs through the first act with an uncertainty at where it is heading. The second act is a masterwork. If you're concerned at intermission, fear not. You will be rewarded.
The acting , as always at the Studio, was very good. Despite that, I found it hard to care about the characters. For me , the characters and their lives were not engaging enough to sustian interest for an entire play.
Play was about 3 young men. Two of them had thoroughly messed up their lives, and the third was very unhappy.
The acting and directing was very good, but the plot and dialogue was horrible. Several people did not return after the intermission.