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The Hanover College Theatre will stage John Cariani’s comedy “LOVE/SICK,” Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 25-28. Performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. in The Other Place, located in the former Donner Lecture Hall.

“LOVE/SICK” is a collection of hilarious vignettes that explore the joy and pain of being in love. The nine laugh-producing tales, tied together with a common thread, ultimately blend to create an unromantic comedy for the romantic in everyone.

General admission tickets are free; however, patrons are encouraged to reserve seats online in advance. Tickets may be printed or scanned upon entry from a barcode on a mobile phone.

Set in an alternate suburban reality, “LOVE/SICK” thrives as it weaves through a series of unique and widely relatable scenarios. Cariani’s work touches on common themes such as spouses who feel the fun has gone out of their marriage, a couple who cringes at the thought of physical contact, and a wife who searches for the person she was before marriage and children.

Hanover's presentation is directed by V. Lori Hedges with technical direction by Christian Bowyer.

“LOVE/SICK” is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.