This is a dark comedy about two men, co-workers on an isolated industrial compound in the middle of a foreign desert. The cranky veteran and the optimistic new recruit struggle to keep their jobs and advance in the company without killing themselves or each other. Is this a competitive arena where the paranoid boss has pitted these two against each other? Or is it rather one of the levels of hell, a mad corporate funhouse from which, indeed, there may be no exit. Richard Dresser's hysterical play is at once timeless and of the moment, revealing the quiet desperation that grows within American Industry.