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Love/Sick Opens at the Gearan Center

HobaLoveSick 4rt and William Smith Colleges 2018-19 theatre season begins this month with John Cariani’s Love/Sick, directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Chris Woodworth.

Set on an average Friday night in suburbia that marks a turning point for couples all over town, the assortment of nine rapid-fire short plays combine whimsy, poignancy and heartbreak in an ode to the messiness of love.

“Each of the nine plays are their own microcosm that fits uniquely into the universe created when they all come together,” says Woodworth. “One moment you may find yourself laughing at their foibles and the next you ache with empathy for their anguish.”

Performances run Thursday, Oct. 18 and Friday, Oct. 19 at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., in the McDonald Theatre at the Gearan Center for the Performing Arts.

The cast includes: Emily Briggs ’21, Eros Cabrera ’19, Jack Caniff ’22, Gianna DeVita ’21, Aaron Donahue ’18, Sal Fabio ’22, Austin Jennings ’19, Muhammad Sarim Karim ’22, Associate Professor and Chair of Geoscience David Kendrick, Dominique Marshall ’22, Tayah Payne ’22, Maria Perez ’22, Thomas Perry ’19, Grace Ruble ’21, Guest community artist Joanne Saracino, Christopher Williams ’19, Leela Willie ’22 and Ergisa Xhuveli ’20.

LoveSick 7The production crew includes stage manager Wren Andrews ’21 and assistant stage managers Daphna Bendull ’21, Ourania “Sky” Markaki ’22, Natalie Miggins ’22 and Troy Tedeschi ’22.

Read more about the 2018-19 HWS Theatre Season.

Tickets for Love/Sick are $5 and can be purchased at the Gearan Center for the Performing Arts Box Office, Monday through Friday, 3 to 5 p.m., during the week leading up to the performance. A limited number of free tickets will be available to HWS students with ID one hour before each performance.

The production is open to the public, however it includes adult content and language and is not recommended for young audiences.

For more information, contact Professor Woodworth at or (315) 781-4581.