The 70-minute performance strings together a series of sketches, as well as monologues on the topic of aging. Throughout, Murphy goes in and out of characters, including his 86-year old self and a priest in the church of slapstick. He mixes the zany and the poignant by starting the show with video of his younger self. The footage shows him performing back-flips and summersaults and effortlessly scooping up members of the audience. Later, in character, he attempts the same moves again. The mind is willing, but his body betrays him. The result is silly fun with an edge of ruefulness.