"Anastasi’s characters often patiently psychoanalyze one another, explaining how various behaviors signify emotional problems that the audience is apparently deemed too dumb to discern on its own.
Such leaden present-tense exposition — the playwright’s self-back-patting way of celebrating his own writerly acumen — is ultimately the death of the play, if not the protagonist himself. "
Catherine Rampell for New York Times
"Director Charles Abbott and the cast deliver credible enough work. ... But it’s not enough to give a lift to a play that never gets off the ground.
Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News
"The play tries — and fails — to blend family drama with Arthur Miller-style social commentary. Under Charles Abbott’s ineffective direction, the actors are unable to make the ham-fisted dialogue even remotely convincing."
Frank Scheck for New York Post
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