Director Jonathan Berry might consider trimming up a few scenes here and there where the concepts are needlessly repeated, but these are nit-picky finer points not the fundamentals I'm talking about here. His otherwise keen direction was clearly reflected through the actors, all of whom turned in top-notch performances - Gabriel Ebert (Jason), Toby Leonard Moore (Scott), Corey Hawkins (Perry), Jake O'Connor (Tommy), James McMenamin (Norm), and Mike DiSalvo (Officer).
Without spoiling anything here, the play concerns a certain suicide note writing company and the people who work there. One recent hire, Jason, seems to be set to help his clients in the opposite way of his boss, Scott's, wishes. His motivations regarding his behavior toward his new client (Norm), may have something to do with his brother, Tommy.
Immerse yourself in this 85 minute intermission-less, emotionally charged drama to find out exactly what the buzz is all about. For only $20, the theatre-for-your-dollar ratio is about as high as it can get. As with all the previous RU productions, the subtitle of this play aptly sums things up - "Never a customer complaint".