I’m not generally a Valentine’s Day fan. I don’t need a special day to tell my wife I love her; frankly speaking Valentine’s Day is in many ways “Amateur Night” for all the folks out on the town. So, I tend to be averse to V-day and all the trouble it brings. Finally, there seems to be something for me on Valentine’s Day. Logic, Luck and Love lays out the good and the bad of the matters of the heart, and you don’t even need to worry about a diamond, or fancy chocolates, or even a difficult-to-get reservation at a place that you can’t afford anyway.
It’s not that I’m cynical about love, but I am cynical about its artifice. This seems to be an easy antidote that, and Speakeasy is known for those quality productions. That’s where we come in.
Speakeasy DC is reprising the Two Pear Productions 2010 Fringe show Logic, Luck and Love at the Atlas Performing Arts Center on Monday night, and we’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway. To enter, leave a comment with your name and email address, and we’ll pick one at random for a pair of tickets to see the show on Monday night.