At the intersection of logic and luck sit four storytellers...
Love can happen any time, but the odds aren’t good. Four storytellers: men/women, gay/straight, hopefully romantic and pessimistically cynical, tell true tales about the probability, possibility, choices and dumb luck that has led them toward and sent them careening from love.
Logic, Luck and Love made it's debut in the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival and was a sold-out smash! Since then LLL has been performed to rave reviews at the Atlas Performing Arts Center on Valentine's Day 2011, University of Baltimore and the 2011 Capital Fringe Festival.
Audiences and critics have described it as funny and heartfelt, deeply moving and true to life. You will love how it transcends the usual Hollywood romance stereotypes.
Every so often a piece of theatre comes along that touches the audience, making them laugh and cry, illuminating issues that we all experience privately, but seldom address in mixed company. Logic, Luck and Love does all this, and more, shedding light on both the heterosexual and homosexual male and female experiences in love. - DC Theater Scene 2010