This is the cherry in the chocolate candy, re-imagined for a couple comfortable with “fresh takes” and “unique deportment”, as professionals in the music and voice-over industry. Like a great commercial, what we least expect becomes what we most recall and desire. As in theater, the freshest work breaks the mold of precedent. So, we start with the most basic of brown north shore cabins, attached 2-car garage and all—and create a Spectacle by opening the front door to color, unusual apertures, a Rube Goldberg of a stair and hinged bridge and a glass block floor in a seating space directly above a bathroom. To Expect the Unexpected might not be enough of a dare.