I found this to be one of the most significant pieces of drama I have seen in a while. I saw it on the first preview and I can only imagine it getting better. I believe the main complaint of the play is its lack of plot. "Waiting for Godot" and many Tom Stoppard plays lack plot and by some are considered masterpieces. The only reason that this will probably not go into the canons of american drama is that it is a play for its time; but who knows maybe. Hope it gets considered during Pulitzer time.