There’s something to be said for levels of emotional intensity. On an emotional scale of 0-7, this show starts at a 4, goes up to a 6 or a 7, but never hits any of the lower numbers. And that’s a shame, because this show could be quite good if the director just had the actors play with a broader range. The concept of the show—a man has done something to upset his wife and wakes up handcuffed to a clawfoot bathtub as a result—is an interesting premise. Many of the visuals in the show are also quite striking. Still, there’s something to be said for contrast. Panic and anger sort of lose their impact when they’re a near constant. —Bryan Saunders.