I saw this Donald Margulies play last night at the Geffen Theater. I've linked to the LA Times review, but don't read it if you're going to see the play, because it's got spoilers -- I'm glad I didn't read it before seeing the show. I really like Margulies -- his plays very directly deal with interesting life issues in thought-provoking ways. This one's about a photojournalist who returns from Iraq with war injuries, and there's some stuff about the merits of photojournalism (taking pictures of suffering as opposed to working more directly to stop the suffering) but the big issue the play deals with is ambition and seeking an "important" life versus finding contentment in routine and stability. So, definitely touched on some of the career-related angsty stuff I blogged about a couple of weeks ago.