This was the third of the three hopeful playwright redux this fall.
Simon Stephen’s Heisenberg further dazzled after his Punk Rock (and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime).
Stephen Karam’s adaptation of The Cherry Orchard disappointed after his amazing The Humans.
And now, Mike Bartlett’s Love, Love, Love after his amazing King Charles III falls someplace in between. The play is fine with terrific dialogue, insightful observations, well performed and thoroughly enjoyed. Still it does not climb to the heights of King Charles III and seems petty in comparison. Still recommended theater going if you have the chance and I look forward to the future scripts of all these writers. May 2017 bring more joy by these fine playwrights.