Nice to get this strong review from Arizona Republic theater critic Kerry Lengel.
To say that “Love Disorder” feels like a sitcom on the stage is not meant as an insult. This world-premiere comedy from iTheatre Collaborative — the first full-length play by Valley writer Joe Bardin — is snappy, clever and irreverent. If you’re a fan of “How I Met Your Mother,” you’re sure to get a kick out of it.
The best thing is that while Bardin (rhymes with “sardine”) plays around with some familiar Mars-vs.-Venus stereotypes, he adds enough twists to create unique, compelling characters. And under the guidance of director Mike Traylor, iTheatre’s cast is convincing and eminently watchable.
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