Excerpt from review (www.curtainup.com)
Like Picasso and Oldenberg, Albee's story will be most pleasurable and meaningful to those who don't feel compelled to cross every t and dot every i That's not to say it's an unsolvable puzzle. The main idea is expressed quite straightforwardly by the character played by Brian Murray: "If you have no wounds how can you know if you're alive? If you have no scar how do you know who you are? Have been? Can ever be?"
The play, cogently directed by David Esbjornson, opens onto an abstract expressionist Eden. A lovely young girl, named Girl (Kathleen Early), and a young Adonis, named Boy (David Burtka), are passionately in love. She gives birth and both are thrilled with the newborn baby. But a paradise