Laurel Holland and Michael Micalizzi
in Love/Stories
(© Joan Marcus)
Laurel Holland and Michael Micalizzi
in Love/Stories
(© Joan Marcus)
The Flea Theatre has announced that it will extend the world premiere of Itamar Moses' Love/Stories (Or But You Will Get Used to It), originally set to close March 9, through March 30. Michelle Tattenbaum directs.

This is a collection of five short new plays, which include scenarios such as a casting session gone awry, a talk-back with a theatre audience that becomes the occasion for a life-altering choice, and a couple moving in together finding that greater intimacy can have surprising results. Moses' other plays include Back Back Back, The Four of Us, Bach at Leipzig, Yellowjackets, and Celebrity Row.

The play stars members of The Flea's resident company of emerging artists, The Bats: Felipe Bonilla, Laurel Holland, Maren Langdon, Michael Micalizzi, and John Russo. The creative team includes Jerad Schomer (set), Joe Chapman (lights), Jessica Pabst (costumes), and Brandon Wolcott (sound).

For more information, visit www.theflea.org.

For TheaterMania's review of Love/Stories, click here.