I was there last night. They were handing out a sheet of paper listing the actors in the final scene as we were leaving the theater.
I am so glad that I did not see this thread until today. It would have ruined the experience I had last night. I know it was similar to Longtime Companion but I thought it worked beautifully. I did find the first half hour or so a bit forced. Nonetheless, as the play progressed, it pulled me in. I did not find it schmaltzy at all since it mirrored my life experiences. Having lived in Provincetown for 18 years, I know these people. We all view art differently. Some will appreciate this play and others may feel like Joe90. I think it's an important addition to the cannon of gay plays of the past decades. My prediction is that it will win the Tony. I'll be back for Part 2!