See article in its original context here by Anne-Marie on her blog Sometimes Melbourne Theatre talk.
Jane Miller is one of my favourite Melbourne writers. Her work lets us see the hearts of her broken characters and she knows that the only way to survive the unexpected horrors of love is to embrace the darkness and laugh.
True Love Travels on a Gravel Road is set in a country town where two couples are trying to figure out what to do next. For Maggie and Jake, it’s a trip to Graceland and things like Maggie’s husband or Jakes lack of money needn’t stand in the way of their dream.
With spot on performances (Chris Broadstock, Marnie Gibson, Emily Goddard, David Kambouris, Elizabeth McColl and Glenn van Oosterom) and tone-perfect direction by Beng Oh, there’s not much more to say, except that it finishes on Sunday.