Playwright/Director Ryan Lisman delights in pushing boundaries and exploring controversial subject matter in clinical detail. His cast is totally committed, particularly Aaron Stall in the challenging role of the socially inept writer, Colin. The total nudity required for Colin is far from his biggest hurdle, and he acquits himself well. John Woodley also shines, bringing some much needed humor to the piece as Colin’s younger brother.
What I didn't like
Lisman’s writing is deliberately in-your-face, and is almost devoid of subtext. While this plain-speaking is refreshing in the short-run, it becomes somewhat tiresome, and stretches credulity after a while.
My overall impression
Lisman has interesting ideas and a very personal point of view. I’ll be interested to see how he develops.