The play’s ending … either adds unexpected depth and drama to the sit-com-ish rest of the play or drives the play straight into ludicrous and schematic territory.
Second Stage’s synopsis for Wildflower did nothing for me, but now that I know that the play essentially crashes itself into a brick wall at the end, how can I not watch?
Whatever happens better be exciting, even if it breaks the play. A fun twist at the end of a play that can’t support it just means more work has to be done on the parts that precede it.
UPDATE: Yeah, that was pretty bogus, dude.