Love and Hours
Stephen Metcalfe's play touts itself as a tale of love, age, and perspective. The script offers a few witty lines but even more cliches as Dan Tinley, the main character, narrates hisre-entry into dating after a divorce. Unfortunately, the focus repeatedly pulls away to secondary characters'May-September romances and affairs, which speak neither to love nor perspective. Francis Gercke, who also directed, offers solid acting, along with Taylor Henderson, Paul Manley and Tori King Rice. But the talent can't carry a show with production issues, a lackluster set, and an uninspired plot.
— Review by Nikki Katz
Ongoing until Sunday, July 2, 2017