Logic, Luck, and Love: A Valentine’s Day Special (SOLD OUT)
A Valentine’s Day for the Lovestruck, the Lovesick and the Lovelorn
Hilarious and inspiring true tales of success and failure in the pursuit of love
SpeakeasyDC is excited to partner with Two Pear Productions to bring back one of the most popular shows at this past year’s Capital Fringe Festival for our annual Valentine’s Day special.
February 14, 2011 at 7:30pm Atlas Performing Arts Center Lang Theatre 1333 H St, NE, Washington, DC $22
Note: For some reason Google is sending multiple receipts that say your product will be shipped. Please ignore that. Your name will be on the will-call list the night of the show.
Love can happen any time, but the odds aren’t good. Four storytellers: men/women, gay/straight, hopefully romantic and pessimistically cynical, tell true tales about the probability, possibility, choices and dumb luck that has led them toward and sent them careening from love.
DC Theatre Scene says:
Every so often a piece of theatre comes along that touches the audience, making them laugh and cry, illuminating issues that we all experience privately, but seldom address in mixed company. Logic, Luck, and Love does all this, and more… This cast is exceptionally gifted at the art of storytelling.
|Dustin Fisher’s performance is equal parts analytical and moving. I found his story to be particularly touching, because he is not the same person at the top of the show that he is at the end of the show. This makes for a truly spectacular experience.||Kevin Boggs’ brand of comedy is infectious. He lays it all out there, and works just as hard at keeping his story moving as he does at giving you moments of silence. Some of these silences are for introspection and some are for comedy, but all of them feel natural.|
|Jennifer Moore’s performance is layered, with a special brand of hopeless romanticism which transcends the stereotype of those who are “waiting for that kiss that Danielle Steele and Hollywood have been pimping for years.” You feel with her each emotion as she tackles it head on, from bouts of passion to dry spells of pain. Each emotion has its own reality, both good and bad, without an ounce of sugar coating.||Molly Kelly is a wonder to behold, as she lays her stories bare, with little detail left out. You are rooting for her from the start, cringing and cackling with each new experience.|
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