Playwright Jordan Seavey’s cleverly titled time-hopping relationship drama premiered off Broadway in 2016 to mostly rave reviews, many of which focused on the play’s honesty, snappy wordplay, and the universal appeal of a very specific story about fairly stereotypical people (well educated gay New Yorkers, a writer and an academic.) Having this summer’s best-titled show is working out for Epic Theatre Company, who are staging the play in the cafe space that normally doubles as the lobby of their black box theater. Kevin Broccoli and Alvaro Beltran play the couple, who move from cafe to subway to Lush store. (Who among us hasn’t had an incident in a Lush store?) The show is so popular, in fact, that it keeps selling out and I haven’t actually procured tickets yet.