I Love You Now is a stilted love puzzle (Time Out Sydney)

Photo by Robert Catto“It’s hard to buy into the story when we don’t have a clear sense of who June and Leo really are as people, beyond contentious spouses. We know that vague past and present wrongdoings on either side are fuelling their guilt and stiff distance, but we don’t know what drives these people; why they chose each other; why they might choose to leave each other. Without truly knowing or caring about them from the outset, it’s difficult to care about their journey – and to perceive their evolution through the journey of the play” … READ MORE

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