The play is problematic, I'll agree with that. However, I take issue with this review on two points. Firstly, it only makes sense to nurture fresh talent and support a good playwright. Even though this one might have been a miss, his two preceding plays were fantastic. It's simply common sense to reward someone for doing well and to want to continue to see good work from him or her; that's the impetus behind most job promotions, new hires or acceptance into universities. Secondly, comparing the flying scene to Spider Man is ridiculous. The actor in Monster was flown maybe 10 feet in the air, tops, at careful, slow speeds. Theaters have used fly systems for generations, and Spider Man's unfortunate incidents don't automatically stigmatize all shows that use flying.