If you like your comedy dark, you should definitely check out this show. At base it’s a story about a normal couple forced to ask themselves some very big questions in the face of an almost unimaginable horror — and it implicitly demands that the audience engage with those questions as well. Philosophically and conceptually, it’s a piece with enormous scope, and it’s amazing how much this production manages to pack into the intimate setting of the Hudson Guild Theatre. Incredibly strong, heartfelt performances from all three actors, and more than one moment that made me gasp out loud (alongside a healthy dose of much-needed comic relief). A very skilled production of a play that dives headfirst into the darkest corners of the imagination, and invites the audience to come too.