At the Table is a timely entertaining comedic thought-provoking play. Despite the contrivance of friends talking about abortion, racism, gender, and sexuality, the playwright is able to organically wrap us into their lives. The relationships between the characters are beautifully delineated. Credit must go to the director and finely attuned large cast. This is the kind of transcendence theater that sticks to your ribs long after the final exit. Thrilling magic at The Road Company.