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Theater review: A sickness for love

JILLIAN TORRES AND Michael Eaton manifest a dramatic scene from “Love/Sick” where a wife points a gun at her husband because he is boring her. The audience soon finds out this horrendous act is part of her scheme to spice up their marriage a little bit. Photos by David Devine, Sarah Stone and Susan Woloohojian

“Love/Sick,” performed on the Vergennes Opera House stage by the Middlebury Community Players this past weekend, is a whimsical, dark and romantic play. It wants its audience to live, laugh and love the reality of relationships. 

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