and so do I. There is a place for limited censorship. Ot’s the limit we have to be careful of.
here Great review.
The Roundabout has missed a trick: “Love, Love, Love” really should have opened on Broadway, and I trust it will transfer there once a theater is free. Yes, it’s gloriously funny, but it’s also an important play, one whose harsh message deserves to be heard far more widely. Regional theaters, take note!
Yet, it remains a testament to Armitage and Ryan that it’s almost impossible to hate these two people (much like Amanda and Elyot in “Private Lives”), even when we question or despise their actions.
As in tired. I apologize for being so late with all the new Richard Armitage pics and news. I tried to keep up, but among planning a home reno project for next week, other personal stuff, the debate, the election, the #LLLPlay opening night pics, wasted hour for the red carpet, which I knew Richard Armitage could not attend, technical issues, temperamental internet at the worst time, and then the barrage of earlier than expected reviews – I just crapped out. Stuff will start coming – mostly snaffled.
So, a special thanks to Servetus and Me and Richard for keeping up and figuring things out. I’ve given you the general link to Me and Richard, rather than to one specific post, because, ladies, just scroll there to your heart’s content. Also check out some of out stars on Twitter, who manage to capture everything without boring you death with too many editorial detail.
For the record, I like th short jacket this time.