Aside from my interest in dying languages, I really enjoyed the quirky comedy in this play. It's character-based humor, rather than situation-based, with an underlying message about how people do and don't communicate. The ending (which I won't reveal here) was surprising and, on reflection, I think that was a good thing as it avoided either of the two obvious ways it could have gone.
As for the performances, this was a fine ensemble cast. I thought Heide Schreck, as Mary, was particularly effective. My one quibble has to do with costumes. Why on earth do George and Emma wear lab coats when they are recording the speakers?