A slightly absurd play examines the fraught relationship of a couple who base their love on the belief that opposites attract
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The Plot: Cleo and Joe have built their entire relationship on the platitude that opposites attract, and that hypothesis is tested by a missing baby, a forged painting, a home invasion, and a tidal wave
The Playwright: this is the newest work from Alan Hruska, who also wrote The Man on Her Mind and made his New York debut as the stage director of Waiting for Godot at Theatre at St. Clements
The Stars: Jayce Bartok (Joe) wrote and directed the film Fall to Rise and starred off-Broadway in Made in Poland, and Katya Campbell (Cleo) includes Disgraced on Broadway among her recent credits