This is a show that every type of audience can relate to. Young or old, male or female, married or single, anyone can find something to enjoy in the witty and modern take on relationships that is Couples Therapy. The two person cast works stupendously. Kellian Kary and Nick Wolf have a clear chemistry that is essential to such an intimate show. The quick wardrobe changes and dialogues heard backstage add comedic value and display the writing and acting talent of this dynamic duo.
Shifting back and forth between a traditional Midwest couple and one a little more typical of the working young professional, Kary and Wolf are hilarious. The distinct dichotomy of characters highlights typical liberal versus conservative and old versus young differences. However, both pairs reveal the struggles that people have in the modern age. I mean c’mon, a middle-aged Midwestern woman using sex toys to make up for her slacking partner is not something that most people would have touted to a therapist thirty years ago (let alone attend marital counseling).