Wink is a well-intentioned play about a gender questioning youth and the friendship that develops with an academy award winning actor. The sub plot dealing with his obnoxious agent adds nothing to this important and timely subject. Strident over the top direction and acting fail the material. The show does entertain with a fluid set and constant action. The bee-bop music is joyous. The leads share this common music interest. And you can’t complain anytime you get to hear the classic Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell duet “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” So if you go with low expectations you’ll be fine.