In a small American town, two couples who live next door to each other share the same last name -- and much more. Pulitzer Finalist Will Eno's acclaimed comedy The Realistic Joneses has left Broadway audiences and critics howling with delight. Soon after the Joneses meet each other, they discover that they are suffering from a similar malady, which leads to a surreal deterioration of language and communication. This results in a complex game of wits that makes ordinary conversation an extraordinary adventure. In Eno's inventive play, what seems like a series of routine encounters between American neighbors becomes a captivating look at how impossible it is for words to fully capture feeling, and how miraculous it is for human beings to truly know each other. Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall and Marisa Tomei starred in The Realistic Joneses' 2014 Broadway premiere, which received Drama Desk Special Awards. Now, you can see American Conservatory Theater take on the comedy, directed by Loretta Greco, at A.C.T.'s Geary Theater in San Francisco.