In addition, this musical either surprised or fascinated me. I was skeptical about going to this show because I 'm not into love movies. I assume this show would be the same. But I am glad that I was mistaken because the show was great. Seeing some of my favorite R&B artists acting was a pleasant surprise. I was blown away at how good these chart-topping singers performed as actors. The way in which the actors interact with one another and the countless hilarious moments kept me entertained throughout the night. There were moments in the play where actors displayed their mastery of their lines and adlib in their scenes making jokes about the people of Brooklyn showing up late to play – which I now understand as being disrespectful to the actors and the show. Another surprising element...
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...r how bad things go our love is worth the fight. And Chrisette Michelle sang a couple of songs from her Epiphany album to convey the pain of losing someone you love. Seeing the action in the scene and listening to the music stimulated my senses in two different ways causing me to empathize with the characters.
Finally, Love Jones has added to the many reasons why I love musicals. Looking at this musical brought me back to the first musical I ever saw when I was young, which is Jelly’s Last Jam starring Gregory Hines. Like that musical, Love Jones had a similar effect immersing me in the music and acting and tied these feelings into my senses. Both musical are compartmentalized in a special place in my brain for the rest of my life. To say I enjoyed this play is an understatement, and I would recommend this to anyone who can catch this show touring in their town.
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