Love Actually Isn’t is a collection of four one-act plays about love, doubt, closure and compromise making their debut at Hollywood Fringe. With nuance, tenderness, and a cutting sense of humor, Love Actually Isn’t explores the healing and the heartbreak in our search for love or its closest approximation.
Cold Feet: A woman gets surprising insight into her parent’s marriage at her father’s funeral, which happens to be the day before her wedding.
Post-Fabulous: Four single forty-year-old gay men find themselves at a bar on 18+ night, chasing love, their youth, sex, exes, and each other.
Leftovers: Two seventysomethings meet on a blind date and try to decide if the possibility of a second chance at companionship is worth the hassle of adjusting their routines. And TV schedules.
Double Date: A recently divorced couple run into each other at a restaurant. The wounds are fresh. The blood flows.
These plays are a funny, sad, and clear-eyed exploration of love that fell apart, love that never happened, and love that’s just around every corner.