Love by the Numbers

by  Ernest Joselovitz, Harry Michael Bagdasian

Full Length Play, Comedy  /  5m, 4f

Todd Dobson, computer honcho from New York City, is in the small town of Willowdale to install a computer system in Hiram Paige's library. He falls head over heels in love with the library assistant. Todd proposes right then and there and, to her own surprise, Harriet invites him home to face her fa…

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Todd Dobson, computer honcho from New York City, is in the small town of Willowdale to install a computer system in Hiram Paige's library. He falls head over heels in love with the library assistant. Todd proposes right then and there and, to her own surprise, Harriet invites him home to face her family. Confronted with Harriet's almost engaged to boyfriend Mitch, sister Judith Ann's casseroles, grandmother Hortense who has her eye on Hiram, and a mother who never smiles, Todd realizes this isn't going to be easy. This lighthearted comedy about love in the computer age reminds us that laughter makes love sweet, that there are still large pleasure in small town life, and that a loving family can still make the most important word in the world "home."
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Ernest Joselovitz

Ernest Joselovitz

Harry Michael Bagdasian

Harry Michael Bagdasian, a writer/director for a variety of media, was a pioneer in the Washington, DC small theatre movement. He co-founded New Playwrights’ Theatre and led its growth for 12 years, was a founder of The League of Washington Theatres, and he wrote, directed and produced the Inaugural H ...

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