The actors meet Haley’s script with equal gratuitousness, and sometimes the tiny stage is home to a fantastic amount of guttural screaming. But somehow, there is something quite powerful about this play. A story in which the edges of virtual and physical reality blur while multiple complicated story lines blend into each other is not easy to pull off with four actors, black-box style—but it works, and much of it is due to the earnest passion of the cast. The teenagers, played by Glass Mind Theatre Company members Elizabeth Galuardi and Andrew Peters, are convincingly obsessed with their game and disturbed by their parents. Alexis Martinez’s mothers are frustratingly passive in a way that makes you want to rip some respect out of her children’s throats. And Rich Espey is a rarity, an actor who inhabits his characters to the fingertips. When he confronts his daughter, beer in hand, about dirty pictures on her cell phone, grabs her close, and whimpers, “You used to be so pretty,” the potential power of this script is realized, and all the rest becomes mere minutes in memory.