written and performed by James Braly
directed by Hal Brooks
First comes love. Then comes marriage counseling. James Braly's show is a poignant, humorous tale of lust, love, betrayal, and redemption (e.g. marriage). The Times of London called it "a stylish monologue reminiscent of those of Spalding Gray." and Edinburgh's Hit List saidit was "a masterpiece of storytelling full of humour and pungent observation." A highlight of last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival.