Two brothers meet on the grounds of a private psychiatric facility. Drew, has been court-confined for observation and has called his older brother, Terry, to corroborate his claim of childhood sexual abuse by a young man from many summers ago. Drew's request releases barely-hidden animosities between the two: Is he using these repressed memories to save himself while smearing the name of his brother's friend? Through pain and acknowledged betrayal, the brothers come to grips with and begin to understand the legacy of abuse, both inside and outside their family home.
"There is no playwright on the planet these days who is writing better than Neil LaBute."
John Lahr, The New Yorker
"The most legitimately provocative and polarizing playwright at work today."
David Amsden, New York Magazine