I loved it too, liam44. I've seen two previous Adam Rapp plays and found them compelling, but always contrived at some point in their narratives. I found no such misstep in the terrific writing here. In fact, it is that rare play where I was continually surprised with the directions it took but found every one of those turns completely believable and of a cohesive piece. The actors are doing finely detailed, committed, and moving work. And the direction and design (particularly the lighting) are stunning. Yes, it's not for everyone. It's heavy at times (but also filled with humor) and very intimate. But I found it thrilling and deeply satisfying.