The hero of Kenneth Lonergan's painfully funny play is a security guard named Jeff, just bumped from the Navy, who watches the lobby of a middle-income high-rise in Manhattan. He doesn't pack a gun. He doesn't save anyone's life. In fact, he's kind of a screw-up. He's a "lobby hero" only in the sense that his bumbling honesty brings down a neatly ordered pack of lies and exposes corruption within the NYPD. He didn't mean to do it! And he regrets most of... More >>>