For such young performers (early 20s, if I had to guess), they prod yet keep comfortable a wide variety of punters with an ease and respect that more experienced pros often lack.
A big element of the whole presentation is magic: card tricks and object work show Jeremy Rolston's skills in particular, wowing the audience participants in the process. It's not elaborate or flashy, instead his deftly understated but obvious skill suits the cosy venue.
Kade Nightingale's physicality is something to behold: this excited, clean-cut, tall, gangly guy has energy to burn, but also no small amount of dance finesse to focus it. And there's no way I'm not mentioning that, around the two-thirds mark, there is one of the most elaborate and original pun setups I've witnessed in a long time. I'm still laughing at the memory ten minutes later...