Writer-director Neil LaBute's play nudges us to believe that he's re-examining gender relations through the perspectives of one solipsistic Lothario named Guy (Mark Feurenstein) and four ex-girlfriends, whom he somehow persuades to meet him (one at a time) at various motel rooms around the country in order to set things right, before he plunges into marriage with an offstage fiancée. LaBute's main point is storytelling, but his treatment of that idea is as distracted and frivolous as his central character. Lovely performances, however.
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