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ALL MY LOVE Opening 3/22 at Theatre Building Chicago

Diamante Productions presents the world premiere of "All My Love," a comedy-drama about the perils and pitfalls of open relationships, written and directed by Artistic Director Tony Fiorentino.  "All My Love" is an exploration of alternative "lovestyles" and a critique of Western society's most cherished notions of monogamy, fidelity, and marriage. 

Ellen Fletcher, an award-winning sexologist and divorcée, decides to convert to "polyamory" in the wake of her marriage's downfall, hoping to eschew the complications of another exclusive relationship.  But when she becomes romantically involved with her divorce attorney, she finds that it's not that easy to practice what you preach.  As the doors of their relationship swing open, and her "primary" Jack begins to seek romantic opportunities of his own, Ellen finds herself threatened by the competition of a younger rival.  Meanwhile her teenage daughters search for the meaning of love through the prism of their mother's heterodox philosophy on relationships. 

"All My Love" is performed at the Theatre Building Chicago, South Theatre, and stars Bryan Breau (PJ), Arriane Ellison (Hallie), Tony Fiorentino (Jack), Megan Keach (Ellen) and Sarah Pitard (Abby). Diamante Artistic Director Tony Fiorentino is the playwright and director; Matt Arata is the lighting designer, and Kevin Bunch is theStage Manager.  

The show opens on Sunday, March 22, 2009 at 3 p.m. with a reception to follow. Closing on Sunday May 10, 2009, "All My Love" runs Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 3 p.m. Prieviews are taking place on March 19, March 20, and March 21, 2009 at 8 p.m..

"All My Love" runs approximately two hours with one intermission, and post-show discussions with the playwright and cast will be held following the Friday performances on March 20, March 27, April 3, April 10, April 17, April 24, May 1, and May 8, 2009 (free with paid ticket).

Tickets cost $25 for all regular performances, $18 for previews, $20 for each ticket in a group of 10 or more, and $18 for students and seniors with ID. They are available from the Theatre Building Chicago Box Office (773-327-5252), HotTix, www.ticketmaster.com.  
                      
Diamante Productions is a non-profit theatre company dedicated to dynamic theatrical productions of all genres, with a priMary Focus on the development
and production of new works.

Diamante Productions was founded in the summer of 2005.  Production history includes "My Dinner with Amy" (2008 Theatre Building Chicago Midwest premiere; world premiere at American Theatre of Actors in New York in December 2007; semifinalist for the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center Summer Conference in January 2008; staged reading at the Northwest Theatre in Scranton, PA, in June 2008; and next production at Riverfront Theatre in Rockford, IL, in spring 2009); "Cold Cold Feet" (2006 Theatre Building Chicago; also being performed at Attic Playhouse in Highwood, IL, in 2008; first runner-up for the 2006 Robert J. Pickering Award for Playwrighting Excellence); "Fraternal Instinct" (2007 Athenaeum Theatre; one of six finalists for the Trustus Playwrights' Festival in June 2007), and "Lease on Love" (2006 Theatre Building Chicago).



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