Singleticket, I agree. It was interesting, but I wasn't engaged. The great existential conversational plays, like Godot, Duck Variations, and Pinter grab you. This 90 minute show felt like 2+ hours to me. I was outside looking in. Luckily, I have never had the kinds of specific problems the characters in the show had to deal with -- except the death of my Dad when I was a teenager (which did resonate deeply) -- but, I imagine many theater goers found much of the play absorbing and related to the material. I liked the ending, although I had to explain it to my wife who is a very literal thinker. And I found no excrement in my path home.