Don’s friend Teach (Jordan Lage) stops by the shop, shouting obscenities. While Don and Bobby are quiet and even-tempered, Teach is larger than life; even his strides seem outsized. Teach is incensed because a friend begrudged him a slice of toast. He describes the encounter as if it were an epic tale of betrayal. It’s not long before Teach realizes that Don and Bobby are plotting something, and Teach wants in. In fact, he wants in and he wants Bobby out. The only thing more important to Teach than loyalty is making money. And that’s really what the play is about. It’s not about the heist. It’s about the tension between friendship and business, loyalty and every man for himself. The characters continually discuss the importance of keeping business separate from friendship, but it is their relationships that both tie them together and pull their plan apart.