Love, Love, Love: A fine play about some very unlikeable people - a theatre review by Dr. Lloyd Sederer
It is London, the late 1960s with the Beatles gaining the world stage along with sex, drugs and other forms of rock and
Yes, I know, the next scene lets Moss make peace with his father and it's lovely in the book. But you've got to know how to cut away the underbrush. Kaufman knew. Hart learned. Lapine here, blinded by love, clearly forgot.
The musical opens with a big dance number that features a mermaid, giant, witch and every other character we've yet to formally meet. Subsequently, the score provides only enough to keep the audience engaged up to the show's tearjerking finale.
In Lee Blessing's "A Body of Water," a couple wake one morning to find themselves naked in the bedroom of a lake house which may or may not be theirs, unable to recall who they are or how they came to be there.