"The designer Max Dorey should take a bow for his set. It’s easy to over-do trailer trash and he hasn’t...Every summer Jeeter, an old rocker who now teaches a class on the Sixties at a small college, drives down through California to spend time with Ben in his trailer, which is properly trashed. I spotted a tiny plastic hula-dancer near the outside fridge (for beer)...As someone who grew up in America, believe me, that’s real."
- The Times
"Under John Haidar’s assured direction, all of the action unfolds within a short space of time and in a single location, the deserted trailer park where Ben’s is the last trailer standing. Max Dorey’s set is dominated by a dilapidated old caravan decorated with “Made in America” stickers and surrounded by the detritus of Ben’s stark life. It has a dreamlike, otherworldly quality that, along with Christopher Nairne’s lighting design, complements the play’s surreal interludes. As the old friends reunite following the funeral of Ben’s father, tensions build and the ghosts of the past – quite literally – appear"
- The Upcoming