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An Infinite Ache

A Romance of a Lifetime


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An Infinite Ache

By David Schulner

April 24 - May 15, 2005

Every once in awhile a new play enthralls me and demands to be staged. When I first read AN INFINITE ACHE, I knew it was destined to become a contemporary classic. Schulner's romance is a fresh and heartfelt play about love, time and the infinite directions in which two lives can travel. Hope and Charles are a pair of lonely twenty-somethings about to end a supremely uninspiring first date. But just as they say good night, the myriad possibilities of a life shared together come rushing to meet them. This is the perfect play to share with someone you love. Filled with a dazzling theatrical flair, it imagines a lifetime of love seen through the dreams of two young people.