Slipping by David Talbott.
Sharon Perlmutter – Talkinbroadway.com
There is much to admire about the writing, and directing, of the Rattlestick production of Daniel Talbott’s Slipping. On a scene-by-scene basis, Talbott has a true gift for realistic dialogue; and, when directing his own work, he knows exactly where the pauses ought to go, to make for true-to-life conversations. But on a rather larger scale, what I really appreciate about Slipping is that, while it is definitely about its protagonist Eli, one could very well say it is about each of the other three characters as well.