Hard Love

Hard-Love_Webtile_1by Motti Lerner

September 29 through October 31, 2015

The Beckett Theatre 
Theatre Row 
410 West 42nd Street 
New York, NY 10036

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In Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox Me’a She’arim district, Hannah and Zvi are forced back into each other’s lives after a loss of faith tore their marriage apart 20 years earlier.  Now the teenage children from their second marriages have become romantically involved, the estranged couple must deal with their past, their present, and their future in this fiercely romantic drama of love, faith, and passion.

 

“This serious play speaks to an audience on an adult level … thought provoking … Admirable”      The New York Times

 

“Highest recommendation…“Gripping drama enacted by a fiercely talented cast and an inspired director.  Don’t miss it!”       New York Theater Buying Guide

 

“Highly dramatic, thought-provoking love story.  Under the direction of Scott Alan Evans, artistic director of TACT, the two actors admirably meet all demands of the highly dramatic text…powerful and moving.”     Epoch Times

 

“Fascinating”            Curtain Up

 

“Hard Love is sure to intrigue and challenge.  Ian Kahn and Victoria Mack are magnificent.”       theeasy.com

 

“TACT has succeeded admirably to include new dramas to its repertory, if this production is an example of what’s to come. ”             theaterscene.net

 

“An engrossing and satisfying drama that explores universal themes of love, faith and passion… Intelligent and thought-provoking.”            Hi Drama

 

“Eye opening peek into the lives of a culture many of us have not had the chance to understand.  HARD LOVE is a unique story and worth the trek to the intimate Beckett Theatre… an emotional journey filled with relentless passion and controversy .  Perfect.”         Entertainment Hour

 

“In a production tautly directed by Scott Alan Evans, Ian Kahn and Victoria Mack make a fine pair of passionate adversaries.”           Light and Sound  America

 

“Brims with regrets and fiery passion.”            American Theatre Web