"It's basically me and my wife, Katrina Davidson," says Stav, "Our life from each other's viewpoint, our big moments in our life like our wedding, our proposal from each other's point of view because we were both there!"
"Stav is a pun master more than I," Kat reveals, "I'm more of a narrative comic, so he is very good at the pithy one liners."
Both comics have enjoyed healthy careers here in Brisbane and further afield. In fact, it was fifteen years ago, after an extended stay in Canada where Kat had a run of successful comedy gigs, that she returned home to Brisbane and was treated to a welcome home party that would change their lives forever.
"It was my returning home from Canada party and my friends said 'There's a boy coming to this party and you'll think he's hot' and I said 'Whatever'."
The couple were instantly attracted to each other and have been together ever since, this year celebrating fifteen years together, ten of those as a married couple. After that long, they're sure to have accumulated a lot of dirt on each other, but the way they laugh and joke about the show's potential to split them up, the more confident one feels that it's only going to make them stronger.
Whether you're married, divorced, or single, everyone's sure to find something relatable in He Said/She Said – after all, we all love to love. There are only a few shows running, so grab your tickets now for what's sure to be a fascinating insight into how a couple's perception of the same events can differ and what it's like to be in love with a comedian.