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After one showing in Santa Barbara yesterday, what little feedback there is so far is super positive. From a fan, a fan friend, and a friend of one of the cast.
Can’t wait for some critics’ reviews
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!
More disagreement re : moral compass and other issues, between Leland Orser and Michelle Forbes. D they mean their characters, or themselves? Not so clear.
Richard Armitage – cute answer ( tone of voice) on whether Daniel Miller had really been an analyst behind a desk for 10 years.
Talk about Berlin – Richard Armitage remembered that he’d been in Berlin for one of the Hobbit Premieres – like we could ever forget?
Richard Armitage cops to musical theater background – now knows he didn’t have the knees or ankles ( not sure I heard this before). Said he shut it down, but it paid for him to go to drama school. Very aggressively knocks it.
Michelle Forbes played a schizo psychologist from Venezuela on a soap opera.