This show is an interesting piece. At times like a parfait, others like an onion, the layers of conversation, language, and direction make for an overall wonderful theatre experience. The actors had very clear and familiar relationships with each other, and the space worked (for the most part) well for this intimate show (as it is an intimate look at their relationship). Due to the nature of this show being, well, dialogue heavy, it is testament to the actors to keep the energy and engagement high. About 3/4 the way through, it seemed to dip a bit, but it was picked up marvelously by transition into the inspired casting of older Harry and Sam. I think had the space been a bit more accommodating, they could’ve had the spatial freedom to play a bit more during the actions of their younger counterparts, it might have involved them more than as just observers on a memory trip. There were moments where I was not sure where in time/space Harry and Sam were, some of those images could have been a bit more clear, but I did not find this distracting. The show is very funny, and the actors have a clear grip on their characters and finding the humor in (somewhat) every day conversations. I found myself connecting very deeply to the work on stage, and I would very much recommend this show!