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( Read E-pub ) ⚤ Love Song ô Beane is an exile from life an oddball His well meaning sister Joan and brother in law Harry try and make time for him in their busy lives, but no one can get through Following the burglary of his apartment, Joan is baffled to find her brother blissfully happy and tries to unravel the story behind Beane s mysterious new love Molly Self love This is a very light and silly little play The playwright has also made it very irritating to read by littering the script with directions for actors every word that he wants emphasized is italicized, changes of tone are indicated with brackets, words are capitalized for no reason other than that the playwright feels that they re important It s annoying and unnecessary, all this fussing over text that is competent but ordinary People who are truly interested in the play s larger themes the This is a very light and silly little play The playwright has also made it very irritating to read by littering the script with directions for actors every word that he wants emphasized is italicized, changes of tone are indicated with brackets, words are capitalized for no reason other than that the playwright feels that they re important It s annoying and unnecessary, all this fussing over text that is competent but ordinary People who are truly interested in the play s larger themes the ways in which perspective and imagination are made manifest in love , will be better served by spending a few minutes reading Jorge Luis Borges s story, The Circular Ruins I saw this play early on in my college career, and absolutely fell in love Not only was the performance one of tremendous timing, unmatched chemistry, and fantastic versatility, the script itself the flow of the lines, the constant wit and banter was something truly special While I cannot say that Love Song takes my number one spot, it certainly ranks among my top ten, mostly for its very funny, very smart and quick dialogue, and its ability to make the reader audience stop and think.