Middletown by Will Eno is a play that delves into the complexities of human relationships, existentialism, and the search for purpose in life. The play features a cast of diverse characters, each grappling with their own unique struggles and desires. Mary Swanson and John Dodge are two of the many relatable, quirky and endearing characters that inhabit the suburban neighbourhood of Middletown. As the play unfolds, we see how their lives intersect and how they are affected by the events that unfold around them. Through the witty and often poignant interactions between characters - Middletown offers a thought-provoking exploration of the themes of community, isolation and the human condition, leaving you with a renewed appreciation for the beauty and complexity of the human experience we so often take for granted.