Love is a Many Splintered Thing

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The new musical comedy, Love is a Many Splintered Thing, is a fast-paced roller-coaster of a show about - what else? - Relationships, looked at through the nostalgic Top-40 hit songs of the past four decades. A company of six takes the audience on a journey from high school through adulthood tracing the paths that each friend eventually follows (all six characters have definite story arcs). Incorporating established song lyrics to tell a new story in a unique way, Love is a Many Splintered Thing features recognizable hits from Neil Diamond to Cher, Connie Francis to Elton John, Liza Minnelli to Gloria Estefan--universal love songs that touch the soul and tap into those raw emotions that make us human. In the way that You Don’t Bring Me Flowers captures a moment in the life of a disintegrating relationship, Splintered uses many such songs to tell the complete story of the relationships of six characters, from falling in love, to fear of commitment, to breakups and betrayals, to redemption and forgiveness, and falling back into love.


Our previous stellar cast featured Natalie Hill, Simon Pearl, Morgan Weed, Ryan Williams, Carla Stewart, and Gilbert Bailey. (shown l-r in top left photo)

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Similar to Smokey Joe's Cafe, Movin' Out, and I Love you, You're Perfect, Now Change, this production was brought to us by Dorothy Marcic, the creator of the international hit RESPECT. 3-time Tony Award Winner Hinton Battle is director, choreographer, & music arranger; Kenneth Ferrone is Dramaturg. Stage Manager Lindsay Stringfellow and Assistant Stage Manager Terrell Green round out the creative team.

Featuring hits from a wide range of artists from Neil Diamond to Cher, Connie Francis to Elton John, and Liza Minnelli to india.arie, and songs such as Hooked on a Feeling,  JohnnyAngelDevil in Disguise,  Happy Together and of course Love Will Keep us Together -

“LOVE IS A MANY SPLINTERED THING” will have you singing and celebrating long after the stage lights have gone down!