Is putting a killer whale on display in Lower Manhattan a revolutionary gesture or a disaster waiting to happen? Are predators cruel by nature or are they just doing their job? Director-actor Tim Redmond delves for deep answers in Robin Maguire's tangled drama about a hotshot architect whose career tanks after his dream project collapses. And an exploding aquarium and a murderous whale are just the beginning of his problems: He's also got a teary wife in a too-close-for-comfort relationship with her incarcerated half-brother, an escalating drinking problem, and a nagging biologist who's like a one-man PETA. The cast (especially Daniel Lennox and Scott Paulin) dive fearlessly into the material, but ultimately Aquarium sinks under the weight of its own bloated narrative.