A couple breaks up. He says he’ll leave, and then he doesn’t. Through bar mitzvahs, baptisms, and funerals, he stays. People get drunk. People get sober. People plan vacations. People die. Somebody wins the lottery. A baby grows up and moves far away. Everybody dances. Years pass in-between two lines of dialogue, lifetimes zoom by in an hour. Set in a stark theatrical landscape, GO. PLEASE. GO. asks what it means to love somebody for a lifetime, and what a lifetime even means.