This curious phrase was explained in the show, so I'm happy.
There's rather a lot of explaining, since the main character (not Chad) acts as narrator - a charming, profane, often funny one - who soliloquizes throughout. The play, for me, did teeter on that dangerous edge plays usually do teeter on when the playwright Has Something To Say and a handy narrator to say it with: at moments the story began to slide into preaching.
But that would be the world of TV Evangelism...
This is the world of TV Wrestling. THE Wrestling.
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The actors did well by the material. There were parts I really enjoyed (one great Dallas joke!), but on the night I watched, the audience felt uncertain... Characters interacted with us, but how much were we supposed to interact back? Was "the roar of the crowd" okay? This was a preview performance though, so I expect the actors will soon whip up the crowd at will.
The set is, as you might expect, a wrestling ring.
Somewhere or other I saw a comment about "innovative designers" which puzzled me a little because, really, how else would you tell a story about televised wrestling besides with a wrestling ring, video camera, and huge screens? All nicely done. Good design. But then, DTC had its usual comfortable set budget to spend and they spent it - what I would think innovative would be to do this show well on the usual yoga-mat-n-bungie-cord budget.
Maybe a theater company could temporarily, for this show only, relocate to a gym? That'd be innovative!