"A playwright with talent, nerve and something to say . . . a finely tuned ear and eye for the hidden--and not always noble--calibrations of the human heart." --Jay Reiner, The Hollywood Reporter"Letts is a keen observer of the way the past oozes into the present and future. And while each of his characters has a vivid identity, each also has a dozen richly contradictory aspects to his or her nature. . . . The playwright also serves up some blackly comic laughs, too, just to clear the air from time to time."--Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-TimesAt fifty years old, Wheeler is moving into an apartment of his own. Divorce and a dead-end job leave him faced with the challenge of building a brand new life as a middle-aged man. Wheeler's hilarious, tangled journey in Linda Vista is punctuated with complications, both painful and joyful, as he forges a new path. With a deftly crafted blend of humor and humanity, Pulitzer Prizewinning playwright Tracy Letts demonstrates the ultimate midlife crisis: the bewildering search for self-discovery once you've already grown up.Tracy Letts is a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright and actor. His works include August: Osage County, Mary Page Marlowe, Superior Donuts, The Man from Nebraska, Killer Joe, and Bug, among others.