Love Goes to Press
Love Goes to Press is a wise-cracking romantic farce set in a makeshift press camp in the village of Poggibonsi, Italy, 1944. Headlining are two smart, sassy and determined journalists who brave the front lines to get their stories. They "sail in looking like Vogue illustrations" while scooping stories from their less adventurous male colleagues.
Running Time: 2 hours, 25 minutes, with 2 intermissions
Mint Theater(New York, NY)
311 West 43rd Street
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by BWW News Desk - June 27, 2012
Mint Theater (Jonathan Bank, Artistic Director) will extend the acclaimed revival of LOVE GOES TO PRESS by Martha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles.
by Ben Peltz - June 21, 2012
By the third act of Martha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles' 1946 romantic comedy, Love Goes To Press, one of the play's leading characters, a female war correspondent considered tops in her field, begins discussing marriage with the handsome soldier who has captured her heart. When the stuffy British Major speaks romantically of how his love will, naturally, give up her career and go to Yorkshire to stay with his mother until they get married, the 2012 audience members around me, naturally, smirked and guffawed at the absurdity of his antiquated assumptions.