When Hannah meets up with a smooth-talking sex addiction counselor (a sly, polished performance by Maurice McRae) the farce level is ramped up considerably. The impressive skeletal bridge infrastructure that overhangs the stage finally sees some action, as Lee Savage's clever scenery design is utilized in a pivotal moment for David and Hannah.
Moore's characters come alive as real people despite the absurdist situations and coincidences that bring the plot threads to a mindful conclusion. "Collapse" is a fine examination of the many ways that economic disaster can impact real people just trying to live their lives.
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