I agree fully. I started reading this review in the hard copy, right in my elevator, and couldn't NOT finish it. Rare for a review of a revival. She also made interesting points about the one female character's marginalized status -- one can argue or disagree, they are valid observations. The out of style comment seems to be about the play's therapeutic plot machinery (that's shorthand, and not dis of Mr. Miller's artistry.) Of course, a preponderance of modern drama could be distilled thus. I was not only impressed with the review's depth and freshness, I decided I might like to see the production.