Interesting concept, great philosophical questions, good performances, bold choices.
What I didn't like
Following the prompt from last night about the window: I thought it would have been powerful if either the ex closed the window or she did in a fit of rage.
My overall impression
A no holds barred thought-provoking piece of theatre that makes a lot of bold choices as it takes us through a philosophical questioning of our own purpose. Wisely the play does not give you a distinct answer which makes everything that transpires feel all the more surprisingly genuine and poignant. The performances are strong and the dialogue of arguments feels so authentic I wonder if it was pulled nearly word for word from real life. It was a play that affected many in my audience, who were talking about the show’s meaning well after the final bow.