If you found out a terrible secret that might hurt the ones you love, would you expose it? Would you choose what served the greatest good even if it violated the rights of an individual? Is it okay to apply your own ethical standards to another culture, group or home? Why should any of us care one bit about what might benefit other people? These are the questions at the center of Fast and Loose, a provocative experiment in dramatic form first performed at the Humana Festival of New American Plays. Four playwrights. Four Questions. One play that explores the depths and limits of personal responsibility in a morally complex world.