A self-conscious comedy about the never-ending search for love and artistic fulfillment in an unforgiving world.

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It's the mid-1990s in New York City, and underachieving writer/motivational speaker Charlie Styptic is mired in a lifelong love life slump. Forever lovesick, he's haplessly counseled by a simpleminded sidekick and a womanizer he's just befriended. Will he ever find love? Or will he be eternally controlled by the incessantly critical voice in his head? "Love Me" is told in 44 furiously fast scenes of belly slaps, belly laughs and acute cognitive dissonance.


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"The writing and direction strives for a hyper television situation comedy tone. Author Grossman’s script is smooth, well constructed, and professionally comic. If it were presented on television or as a film, it would most likely have more impact than it has here. As a stage play, it lacks dramatic force to make it totally fulfilling." Full Review

New York Theater

for a previous production "An absolutely delightful romantic comedy. Until it becomes the must-see feel-good movie of some future summer (as it deserves to be), let 'Love Me' be your must-see feel-good play." Full Review

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