What They Said About Love

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Steve Budd plays over a dozen characters in this "Hilarious take on how people fall in love." Meet a New Age couple who swear they met BEFORE they met, a pair of Metal Heads who wanna tie the knot on 6-6-06, and more. Satisfy your voyeuristic tendencies about how others look for love--and, sometimes, find it.  Best of the 2016 San Francisco Fringe Fest.

Reviews

Fantastic show! One of the best at Hollywood Fringe! This is a very funny and moving show about being in love and why it is so sublime, yet for the main character, heartbreakingly elusive. Steve Budd creates characters that are crystal clear and so distinct from each other, he is an absolute joy to watch. Catch this show!!

sweet - Laura2017


This is a fabulous show! It was one of the best of the SF Fringe for a good reason! In this new iteration of the piece, Steve Budd weaves the responses of multiple couples and two singles, one of them himself, to tell the stories of how they met, fell in love, and for some, how they decided to get married. He switches seamlessly between the various individuals, changing his voice, posture, and body language as he inhabits the people. It feels like he is channeling each person as he becomes them, in the same way that Anna Devere Smith embodies the people she portrays in her pieces.

sweet - Frieda


This is a fabulous show! It was one of the best of the SF Fringe for a good reason! In this new iteration of the piece, Steve Budd weaves the responses of multiple couples and two singles, one of them himself, to tell the stories of how they met, fell in love, and for some, how they decided to get married. He switches seamlessly between the various individuals, changing his voice, posture, and body language as he inhabits the people. It feels like he is channeling each person as he becomes them, in the same way that Anna Devere Smith embodies the people she portrays in her pieces.

sweet - Frieda D


Fantastic show! One of the best at Hollywood Fringe! This is a very funny and moving show about being in love and why it is so sublime, yet for the main character, heartbreakingly elusive. Steve Budd creates characters that are crystal clear and so distinct from each other, he is an absolute joy to watch. Catch this show!!

sweet - Laura2017


This is a fabulous show! It was one of the best of the SF Fringe for a good reason! In this new iteration of the piece, Steve Budd weaves the responses of multiple couples and two singles, one of them himself, to tell the stories of how they met, fell in love, and for some, how they decided to get married. He switches seamlessly between the various individuals, changing his voice, posture, and body language as he inhabits the people. It feels like he is channeling each person as he becomes them, in the same way that Anna Devere Smith embodies the people she portrays in her pieces.

sweet - Frieda


This is a fabulous show! It was one of the best of the SF Fringe for a good reason! In this new iteration of the piece, Steve Budd weaves the responses of multiple couples and two singles, one of them himself, to tell the stories of how they met, fell in love, and for some, how they decided to get married. He switches seamlessly between the various individuals, changing his voice, posture, and body language as he inhabits the people. It feels like he is channeling each person as he becomes them, in the same way that Anna Devere Smith embodies the people she portrays in her pieces.

sweet - Frieda D