In a recent interview the actor turned playwright and director, who still stuns onscreen, and stage Woody Harrelson, said that the only target off-limits in the new play he co-wrote with his friend Frankie Hyman was what we now refer to as the developmentally disabled. This is hardly surprising. The play is so shoddily constructed I would have guessed that Mr. Harrelson and Mr. Hyman were not in full possession of their faculties when they wrote it. That said, the varied stereotypes enacted are not so much satirized (satire requiring a measure of thought) as they are paraded out for equal opportunity ridicule and lampooning. Mr. Harrelson is a marvelous actor who is equally comfortable as the jester or the heavy, but he and Mr. Hyman are still amateur wordsmiths.