'Stop Kiss' portrays a 'stumble into love,' mirrors the headlines

October 1, 2014
Written by: Shawn Cooke
Published by: The Pitt News

Nearly everyone involved with the play emphasizes that its social implications aren’t necessarily the centerpiece of the story. At its core, “Stop Kiss” is very much an unconventional and organic love story, albeit one that’s interrupted by a particularly horrific event.

“If the phrase is ‘falling in love,’ they really kind of stumble into it. They kind of ‘trip in love,’” Baker said. “It isn’t intended at all. It’s not a romantic love story in the stereotypical sense.” Follow the link to read the full review!