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12/6/2017 SADD Presentation

12/12/2017-12/16/2017 Holiday Ballet


Lincoln High School Theatre 

"There's only one thing I can't teach, and that's ambition." -Mark A. Marple

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12/07/2017-12/08/2017 Fine Arts Winter Showcase Located in the Lincoln High School Auditorium


The Lincoln High School Theatre Department is proud to present the darker cousin to Almost, Maine. John Cariani's LOVE/SICK is a collection of nine slightly twisted and completely hilarious short plays. Set on a Friday night in an alternate suburban reality, this 80-minute romp explores the plain and joy that comes with being in love. Full imperfect lovers and dreamers, LOVE/SICK is an unromantic comedy for the romantic in everyone. 

Doors open at 7:00pm and the curtain is at 7:30. General admissions seating. Plenty of free parking.

For further information call  Director Mark A. Marple at (850 )921-2516 ext. 1302 or email at marplem2@leonschools.net 


Some mature topics explored.

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"Sometimes playwright John Cariani looks at the world- actually the world's- of love and relationships through rose-colored glasses. Just as often he views those worlds through lenses tinted a middling-to-dark-gray or maybe a jaundiced yellow..... while poking fun at the happily-ever after notion by means of a strong dose of happily- never-after, Cariani shoots his cockeyed valentines with a quiver full of funny lines. He knows how to keep audiences laughing while passing along disappointing news. "- The Huffington post.


" ..... Whimsical romantic comedy. In the nine vignettes that make up [the] play, couples meet [or] break apart or learn to love each other more... The jokes here are easygoing and snark-free. " - The New York Times.


" [LOVE/SICK brings] to light the complexity of communication and what it means to not only love someone else, but yourself as well." - the source.com. 


"A dark, amusing look at romance... strikes just the right balance between wisdom and whimsy....light, bright, anti-romantic, and engaging." - The Hartford Courant.


"Entertaining and fun. A satisfyingly dark look at this thing we call love" - BroadwayWorld.com

PERFORMANCES:

November 16-18 at Lincoln High school

​Curtain opens at 7:30pm

Up and Coming production