Arthur Chu On ‘In Love and Warcraft’
“In Love and Warcraft presents the complicated world we live in and the many masks we wear without judgment, asking us simply to empathize with the hard choices the characters make about what to conceal and what to reveal at any moment.
As a gamer I love finally being able to hear terms like “DPS”, “L2P!” and “noob” on a theatrical stage.
But ultimately In Love and Warcraft isn’t about games. It just uses one particular, colorful stage and set of masks–the avatars players assume when they enter the mystic land of Azeroth–to illustrate the eternal challenge of one person, in her time, forced to play many parts.”