Love is a Many Splintered Thing

Love is a Many Splintered Thing
Marietta Theatre
through April 30, 2022

Maybe you recall the music hits of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s; but you’ve not seen nor heard of them being delivered up in the style and format of this cabaret performance by three couple who sing and dance their way through scores of numbers as they search for love, find love, endure love and maybe lose love to try again.

Dom L’Amour, Brian Slayton and Joseph Evans come into relationships with Kate Metroka Evette Renee and Chiara Ridpath. Like life in general these days, nothing is ever easy. The live trio on stage consists of Brian Osborne on the keys, Ian Scheffer on Bass and John Chapman on the drums; and they pull off the two sets with great aplomb.

Heather Schultz directs this one and also choreographed it as they work through the show by Dorothy Marcic with the musical arrangements by Hinton Battle. It’s an engaging and pleasant couple of hours. The Marietta Theatre plays at the Lyric Studio on the Square, and is a very easy venue to get to with plenty of goodies and cabaret tables. More info and tickets at