The strength of this show is it’s specificity. Director Matt Fauls has done a great job of crafting a specific aesthetic vision for the show and obviously worked with his actors a lot on that specificity. Handling invisible props can be tricky, but I think it worked here due to the actors’ commitment to that convention. I could feel the history and familiarity in the relationship between Harry and Sam. I enjoyed the script and the unique way of story-telling a lot. The subtext was very strong, and true to life. The slow dramatic build was great, but needs a greater pay-off at the climax. The climax and ending were a little bit confusing, or unsatisfying. I would also like to see this show staged in a larger space, and with age-appropriate actors. Overall, this has been one of the strongest shows I’ve seen at Fringe, and I would definitely recommend it!