by Gregory Bunker
This show is anything but sensitive. It sets the tone early with refreshing roasts of feel-good, PC mantras about respecting diversity in society. No one is spared; nothing is sacred. The recurring First Nations references, for example, are so outrageously granola and delivered with such austerity that you can’t help but burst out laughing. Funniest of all is the sensitivity training leader, who coddles and condescends to a small, diverse, caricatured group of people with accents, including Elvis. These different intonations, along with sharp wit and outstanding physical acting, allow the inexhaustible Adam Lazarus to, incredibly, assume every part in this play.