Two-By-For Productions presents a new comedy about the laws that govern love, the physics of choosing a spouse, and the miracle of what endures. More…
In 'Mechanics of Love,' a man who forgets everything falls in love with a ballerina who forgets nothing—that is until she falls in love with him. And his wife. And the mechanic. This fast-paced, madcap comedy explores how we love, who we choose, and the cost of making sense of it all.
See it if you enjoy a quirky relationship based, funny play with excellent acting. Emotional and endearing.
Don't see it if you need a more straightforward, less strange and quirky type narritive
See it if you are up for an absurdist take on relationships -- between people and other people, but also between people and the way the world works.
Don't see it if you like easily understood stories or characters who are people rather than symbols.
See it if You like to hear a new voice that follows but takes off from other edgy, established writers like Nick Payne. Well acted on the whole
Don't see it if you dont like minimal setting, staging and rough cut seating or are looking for a finished polished performance
See it if you enjoy slightly slap-stick comedy. There are some thoughtful and well-acted moments, but its true strength is in its humor.
Don't see it if you don't like intimate theaters. It's in the round, and everyone is in the front row.