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LOVESICK, or THINGS THAT DON'T HAPPEN

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Overview

Produced by:
Project Y Theatre Company
Dates:
February 03 - February 25, 2012
Run Time:
0 Hour, 0 Minute
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Show Info

Plays By: Lia Romeo 
Original Songs By: Tony Biancosino
Conceived and Directed By: Michole Biancosino
With: Rian Alfiero, Joachim Boyle, Elizabeth Elkins, Barrett Hall, Melissa Hammans, Pat McRoberts, Michael Nathanson, Andrew William Smith, Lisa Velten Smith, Teresa Stephenson, Aidan Sullivan, Jeff Tuohy, Joe Varca, and Jessica Varley

Amy gets dumped by Chuck right before prom. Susie and Stacy are bridesmaids and think the groom is gay.  Brad and Doug have a bro-mantic moment in the elevator.  Brian and Jessica wake up after a night only one of them remembers.  LoveSick is an uproarious collection of modern love songs and stories on the most dreaded day of the year: Valentine’s Day.

Rian
Alfiero
Joachim
Boyle
Elizabeth
Elkins
Barret
Hall
Melissa
Hammans
Pat
McRoberts
Michael
Nathanson
Andrew
William Smith
Lisa
Velten Smith
Teresa
Stephenson
Aidan
Sullivan
Jeff
Tuohy
Joe
Varca
Jessica
Varley
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Producing Company

Project Y

Project Y’s mission:  incubating new work and using technology to attract new audiences to the theatre. First a reading in 2008, then a series of scenes filmed guerilla-style in 2009, later a 2010 workshop adding the musical elements, LoveSick’s journey culminates in this World Premiere. 


Reviews

"Sharp, funny, and relevant." - Curtain Up

"LoveSick is joyous, clever and uplifting, and left me feeling happy for those who’ve found love, and hopeful for myself that maybe Bob’s wrong, and romance might still be in the cards for me after all." - NyTheatre

"The multitude of actors and actresses do well with their roles, with noteworthy turns by Pat McRoberts, who is also the band's lead guitarist; Jeff Tuohy, as a man in an elevator on the way to a wedding; and Barrett Hall as a man going to great lengths to win back a past love." - Theatermania