Kevin Herrmann has great moments as Flaco. He comes into act one with the force of a hurricane and is a bit obnoxious, which the character calls for. However, by the end of the play, his character arc is earned because of his commitment to overplaying each and every moment. He doesn’t relent. He makes choices and sticks to them. It’s a risky move from an actor, and it only pays off because he manages to elicit empathy as he ferociously chews the scenery. All of the actors do a good job keeping the production in high gear, and this keeps the audience engaged.