Office workers, rejoice! According to critics, those are the only people who will truly relate to Steven Levenson’s new play. They say the production gets office dynamics at a failing travel agency’s annual retreat spot-on, but some critics lament that Levenson’s work is too familiar, reminding them of a second rate version of "The Office." Critics rave about the four actors in the production, especially Reed Birney, as the agency’s loving but desperate CEO, even if some feel the characters lack depth, which leads to an inability to connect with the audience. All critics point to Lauren Halpern’s set, a “perfectly realized copy of a dreary, featureless room” (Lighting & Sound America), as the production’s technical winner. But a perfect reenactment of office life and its tedium has its downside, as the Times' Charles Isherwood puts it: "Time doesn’t whiz by any more quickly, unfortunately, when you’re sitting in a theater, contemplating the spectacle."