Fisher’s material is inarguably short on character development. But thanks to the wild-eyed kinesis of Hall, as a blade for hire, and the sweaty naivety of Garza, as his flunkie, as well as the hungover-stud-like presence of leading man Frymire, the play still offers recommendable men behaving badly. Whether the fact that the female characters are more exploited is misogynist, or just an accurate expression of the human condition, remains up for debate.
Call me crazy (or misogynist) ... but I love this review!!!