Leach's Labor of Love Ends at Upstate NY's Emelin, July 23

News   Leach's Labor of Love Ends at Upstate NY's Emelin, July 23 Last chance to catch the American debut of The Mysterious Mr. Love at the Emelin Theatre of Mamaroneck, New York. Performances began July 13 for Karoline Leach’s new play, set in 1912. The play, ending its scheduled run July 23, is part romance and part romantic thriller. Tickets are available for all remaining performances.

Last chance to catch the American debut of The Mysterious Mr. Love at the Emelin Theatre of Mamaroneck, New York. Performances began July 13 for Karoline Leach’s new play, set in 1912. The play, ending its scheduled run July 23, is part romance and part romantic thriller. Tickets are available for all remaining performances.

In Leach's piece, Mr. George Love comes across as a charming, polite diplomat. However, his ruse is just a cover, as he is a fortune hunter, looking for vulnerable young women to marry so he can steal their treasures. Adelaide Pinchin appears as just another victim, but things get interesting when George genuinely falls in love with her.

It marks the American debut of the production. The show was first presented by Bill Kenwright at London’s Comedy Theatre under the direction of Bob Tomson, Aug. 7, 1997.

Playing at the Emelin Theatre in Mamaroneck, it is produced in association with the Penguin Repertory Theatre in Stony Point. The Penguin Repertory Theatre’s artistic director, Joe Brancato, serves as the director.

Performing the two roles of Mr. Love and Adelaide are Brent Harris and Ann Dowd, respectively. The technical staff includes Jeffery Nellis (lighting design), Bob Auld (sound design), Daryl A. Stone (costume design), and Matthew Maraffi (set design). The dialect coach was Charlotte Fleck. Tickets can be purchased by calling (914) 698-0098. The Emelin Theatre is located on Library Lane in Mamaroneck NY.

by Daniel Fischer