Great acting, Slow, Funny, Entertaining, Absorbing
About the Show
A dark comedy about brotherhood, PTSD, and the lives of two Texan men.
James McLure's comedy unfolds in the messy yard behind a Texas bar. Roy, a robust, macho figure, returns home after a stint in Vietnam, grappling with PTSD. With his sibling Ray, the play delves into brotherhood and the aftermath of domestic and foreign conflicts, shedding light on the lives of two Texan men.
“The play is described, rightfully, as a dark comedy, which is powerfully portrayed by the brothers, Roy and Ray...After 90 minutes of yelling and fighting, the scene is a lovely way to end the play and begin their lives.”