Very personable, Albert Brooks-flavored performance delivers a harrowing, heartfelt and, very often, funny series of explicit episodes in the age of ASAP Love. It’s very easy to like this guy, and his writing often sings.
What I didn't like
Too much of a good thing. But, given that it’s a World Premiere, these are good problems. As the stories get refined, and the arc gets more streamlined, there’s an explosive show here. As is, there’s just too many players to keep track of, and way too many adventures.
My overall impression
Engaging, modern solo saga of finding true happiness in and out of the sheets.