With all due respect, I have no idea what Mr. Huyck is talking about. Peter Beard was aptly subtle and very emotive, giving one of the strongest performances of the show. Megan Dowd and Brandon Caviness were absolutely the two worst actors onstage, hamming up their emotions and playing characterizations instead of characters. The only time Brandon Caviness was any good was when he was simply a conduit for Kushner's brilliant writing, in the scene with Belize - who, by the way deserves special mention as one of the other standouts. Finally, there is no mention of James Napoleon Stone as Prior, who was by far the best actor in this production. Despite Prior's theatricality, Stone mined the nuances of emotion to spectacular effect, far surpassing his onstage fellows. He was wholly captivating.
As an entity, I doubt the show will improve much. It's not that the actors don't understand their material yet - some of them just aren't up to snuff. However, Kushner's writing is staggering and the show is worth attending if viewers want to watch a few actors really shine.