The whole crazy business of falling for someone — jitters, confusion, uplift, deflation — has generated many a play, but none quite like "Savage/Love."
This nonlinear collection of 19 poems that playwright/actor Sam Shepard and playwright/director Joseph Chaikin crafted together during a few short weeks 35 years ago couldn't be much more removed from theatrical convention. All the more reason, of course, for Single Carrot Theatre to take a crack at it.
To launch its 10th season of spicing Baltimore's cultural life with beyond-the-mainstream fare, Single Carrot offers a remarkably fluid, involving production of "Savage/Love."
In the space...