Making Love Over There: A Theatrical Gallery Exhibit
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The last date listed for Making Love Over There was Saturday October 1, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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The much-anticipated revival of this imaginative adaptation asks the age-old, perennially puzzling… More
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This show was phenomenal. It is a must see, without a doubt. The actors do a wonderful job of keeping this at times funny, sad, romantic, and dreamy perfect gem of a piece moving right along. Please go!
Lonesome No More! Theatre presents Making Love Over There, a new play created with New York-based director and playwright Tom Dugdale.
Making Love Over There is a series of almost twenty thematically similar but non-linear short works featuring several original songs and musical compositions. The play’s structure is modeled after art museum exhibitions; every scene is a new thing, each transition between characters and setting resets the stage for a fresh story.
Together, actors Patrick Riley and Zoe Chao portray dozens of characters of varying ages and nationalities in different places, times, and states of mind, all of whom are searching in one way or another to rediscover what love is and regain their faith in it.
Lonesome No More! Theatre, founded in January 2011 by Dana Murphy, Patrick Riley, and Meghan McCauley, is an ensemble of creative producers and performers whose most recent work, Spring Awakening by Frank Wedekind, was named one of the “Best of Fringe” for the 2011 Hollywood Fringe Festival._ Spring Awakening_’s sold-out run received critical praise and several awards, including Hollywood Fringe Best of Theatre (nominated) and Theatre Unleashed’s UNLEASHED Award (nominated, won).
Lonesome No More! is joined by Tom Dugdale, whose most recent credits include Death of a Salesman (Director, Hungarian Theater, Romania), West Side Story (Assistant Director, Aspen Opera Theater, Colorado), and Small World (Director, La Jolla Playhouse, staged reading).
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