This is possibly my favourite Dennis Kelly play.
Nobody writes natural dialogue like Dennis.
This play is about the ways families use each other to change themselves, or the way they are seen, and whether we can believe everything we read/hear on the news etc.
This play is fast paced, touching, moving, and bitterly funny.
hard parts to make work are the heavy scientific explanations, and it takes a good actor to ensure that those sections are delivered well.
He has a excellent way of slowly informing the audience that they have been taken on a ride throughout the play, and they shouldn't believe everything they're told.