This one-woman musical and theatrical journey tells the story of Linda Lee Thomas, the Southern beauty who was the driving force behind legendary songwriter Cole Porter. Please note: The Triad has a 2-drink minimum. More…
Though Cole Porter was gay, their companionship and love lasted through 35 years of marriage and together they lived a spectacular, glamour-filled life. Cole Porter's timeless music and lyrics weave through the compelling narrative, celebrating the deep love that Linda and Cole shared, while examining the darker sides of their life. "Love, Linda" includes such beloved Porter songs as "Night and Day", "I Love Paris," "In the Still of the Night" and "Love for Sale."
See it if you want to hear an expert interpreter of Cole Porter songs enchant you with the tender story of the great (gay) composer & his devoted wife
Don't see it if you aren't a fan of the American Songbook, particularly Porter's contribution to it; you expect more substance & fewer sentimental anecdotes
Also Note that the Triad has a 2-drink minimum (alcoholic or nonalcoholic).
See it if you'd enjoy hearing some of Porter's songs sung well around stories of his life and times with his wife and others. Good band supporting.
Don't see it if you want a complete biography or deep revelations about their marriage - many things are mentioned but they are kept very polite.
See it if You want to see a talented singer perform songs by Cole Porter. Holland looked and sounded great, looked v. glamorous! An enjoyable show.
Don't see it if it is a cabaret show, not a play. If you enjoy the American Songbook you will enjoy this. if not, maybe not.
See it if you like cabaret and the songs of Cole Porter.
Don't see it if you expect a powerful story rather than songs loosely strung together by a plot artifice. Very entertaining but not really a play.
See it if You love Cole Porter and one-woman shows. Enjoy being told an interesting story bracketed by classic songs performed well.
Don't see it if Need Interplay and a very strong arc. Mind that the songs, as is almost unavoidable don’t always enhance or wrap around the narrative.
See it if If you are a fan of Cole Porter is this a must see. Great songs and storytelling. Cabaret style and 2 drink minimum.
Don't see it if Don't like Cole Porter or solo shows.
See it if You love cole porter’s clever tunes in a charming cabaret setting.
Don't see it if You’re not interest in the relationship between husband and wife or the great music
See it if you enjoy the music of Cole Porter and want to learn a bit about his personal life
Don't see it if you don’t care for Cole Porter standard and/or one person shows
See it if Stevie Holland does a terrific job of portraying Linda Porter. One woman performance is beautifully written and Stevie is quite an actress.
Don't see it if You don't like an all Cole Porter evening.The hour long show is very tight and the three musicians are expert with lovely arrangements.
See it if If you love Cole Porter and want to learn more about his relationship with Linda that is not the Cary Grant, Hollywood version.
Don't see it if One woman shows that are cabaret style are not your thing
Also Excellent singing and acting with lots of charm.
See it if You enjoy the music of Cole Porter and want to know about the life he led with his wife! Interesting story and great evening of entertainme
Don't see it if You don’t like intimate, cabaret style shows.
See it if You admire powerful solo performances, brilliant singing and storytelling, and Cole Porter's music.
Don't see it if You don't like great music and stunning performances.
See it if You enjoy one-performer cabaret with a story and a famous subject whose music prevails: Cole Porter
Don't see it if You want high production musicals and you can’t abide a single performer show with piano, bass and drums.