Frank Theatre presents the area premiere of
Caryl Churchill’s LOVE AND INFORMATION
Jan. 30-Feb.22, 2015
At the Ritz Theatre
345 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413
She knows something he doesn’t. He can’t get a signal. She’s going to find out. He’ll only
go so far. She can’t say it. He told someone something he shouldn’t have. She wants to
know. He can’t sleep. They all want to know. She wants to say something. He
remembers. She wonders. He’s trying to tell her something. Love. And information.
In the newest work by one of the most inventive playwrights of our time, Caryl
Churchill creates a theatrical kaleidoscope that explores the private and public
consequences of our quest for connection and our insatiable appetite for knowledge.
LOVE AND INFORMATION is composed of 57 “micro-scenes,” some poignant, some
hysterical, some mystifying—and some as short as 30 seconds. Together, they
explore the rapidly changing world we live in, our search for meaning and our quest
This exciting new work is another example of Churchill’s brilliant ability to
experiment with form, while keeping her finger on the pulse of contemporary life as
she demonstrates her signature wit, candor, and brilliant use of language. LOVE
AND INFORMATION is directed by Frank Artistic Director Wendy Knox, and is
performed by Gabe Angieri, Patrick Bailey, Kirby Bennett, Virginia Burke, Joy Dolo,
Katherine Ferrand, Tessa Flynn, Emily Grodzik, Brianne Hill, Leif Jurgensen, Taous
Claire Khazem, Sam Pearson, Elohim Pena and Carl Schoenborn. Scenery is
designed by Erica Zaffarano with lighting by Ray Steveson, sound design by Dan
Dukich and costumes by Kathy Kohl. Stage managed by Glenn Klapperich.
Dramaturgy by Steve Matuszak.
Performances are Thurs-Sat at 8:00 PM and Sundays at 2:00 PM. Tickets are $22-25
and can be purchased HERE. For
more information, call Frank Theatre at 612-724-3760.
“Dizzying. . .exhilarating! [A] sharp-minded, tenderhearted play’s embrace of an
ultimately random universe”—The New York Times