Hollywood Fringe: “Love Actually Isn’t,” The Flight Theatre at The Complex, Hollywood


Each vignette clocks in at about fifteen minutes, which provides you with just enough time to identify yourself in one of the protagonist roles but not so long as to give yourself a chance to analyze it (and yourself…and your friends…and yourself again) to death. Well scripted, acted, and directed, each piece describes the beginning, the renaissance, and heck, even the possibility of love. The stories feel familiar, which may make them seem predictable; but that’s only because they are familiar. “Cold Feet” features Lisa Arturo as Sarah. She has second thoughts about her pending marriage, made more difficult by her father’s funeral the day prior to her wedding. Nicely complementing Arturo’s Sarah is her mother, Dani Thompson’s Jean.
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