Catch 57 plays for the price of one at this New York Times fave
In an age of constant information, it can be curious how we all manage to connect. Created by renowned playwright Caryl Churchill, Love And Information attempts to juggle that idea through 57 subsequent (mini) plays. Various vignettes such as a family watching home movies or a couple sharing secrets take an approachable but in-depth look at everyday life and how love and information, two seemingly different things, interact. Dozens of plays for the price of one? Sounds like a plan to us. Mezzanine seating.
“Exhilarating. Thought-churning, deeply poignant.”